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Lusifer Horns wrote:


hi i'm a catholic satanic preset and I was wandering if it is a sin to listen to screamo.

If yes, I think it's not, because if in the unholy bible never states that if the music is a sin.

Satin be with you all.

Lusifer

  { Should I get my money back from Satan school? }

Mike replied:

Dear Lusifer,

I think you should try and get your money back from Satan school.

  • Lusifer is spelled: Lucifer.
  • Satin is spelled Satan.
  • preset is spelled priest.
  • wandering is spelled wondering, and
    • hi
    • i'm
    • catholic

      should be capitalized.

They also didn't show you how to write grammatically correct statements:

If yes I think it's not because if in the unholy bible never states that if the music is a sin.

Try searching our knowledge base next time:

http://www.AskACatholic.com/SiteSearch

There are a lot of quick answers there, so give it a try.

I searched the knowledge base for you and found this web posting which answers your question:

I occasionally post questions we receive like these so that readers and questioners see that I try to encourage a sense of humor among my team. I personally believe, a good sense of humor is a powerful weapon against the demonic and vaguely remember someone telling me humor is connected to the virtue of hope. Here is a similar posting that John answered.

Mike

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