Chris Martin interview:
- Q magazine asked Chris Martin about the lyric on this song "I know Saint Peter won't call my name." The Coldplay lead singer replied: "It's about… You're not on the list. I was a naughty boy. It's always fascinated me that idea of finishing your life and then being analyzed on it. And it's that runs through most religions. That's why people blow up buildings. Because they think they're going to get lots of virgins. I always feel like saying, Just join a band (cackles head off). That is the most frightening thing you could possibly say to somebody. Eternal damnation. I know about this stuff because I studied it. I was into it all. I know it. It's still mildly terrifying to me. And this is serious."
- (Source: Songfacts.com)
How sad that Chris Martin believes that he is too "naughty" for heaven. Being "naughty" as opposed to being good has nothing to do with salvation. Salvation cannot be earned by being good. The Bible says that no one is good, not even one. We have all sinned and fallen short of the glory of God. Therefore, none of us are good enough for heaven, nor will we ever be good enough. Salvation is a free gift to all those who repent of their sins and trust in Jesus Christ as Savior and Lord. If anyone wants to save his soul from Hell then he must believe the Gospel (that Christ died for our sins, was buried and rose again the third day according to the scriptures).
I'm sorry that Chris Martin has been jaded by false religion. He needs to exchange his false beliefs about Christianity for a personal relationship with Jesus Christ. If not, he will be eternally damned just as he has stated.
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God is serious about the vain use of His name!
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