Why Chris Tomlin and Other Famous Christians are Pagan Idolators

It pains me to have to be the one to dispel this information. It’s not something that is easy to do. To have to call out some of the biggest names in Christian culture is NEVER something that lightly done. I don’t want to be the mouthpiece for this message, but if I don’t do it, who in the world will? I’m going to take a bold step and say that Chris Tomin, along with a number of other well known Christians, is not following the true God. In fact, they never were in the first place. They’ve subtly been leading us astray for years. Now, I’m going to reveal how.

Venture on with caution.

As the title suggests, I’ve come to the conclusion that Chris Tomlin, among others, is actually a pagan idolator.

How did I come to the conclusion that Chris Tomlin was a pagan idolator? It was right in front of our faces the whole time. Chris Tomlin, in fact, doesn’t worship the true God of the Bible. He worships a god that goes by a different name. Now, surely, you’re thinking, “I’m sure I would have noticed if someone as popular as Chris Tomlin were doing such an obvious idolatrous thing.” That’s where you’re wrong. The fact is Chris Tomlin hasn’t obviously been doing an idolatrous thing. He’s inoculated the evangelical masses with his idolatrous doctrine in a very conspicuous and subtle manner.

So what is the name of this god that Chris Tomlin worships? It’s a pagan god with a simple name: ARGOD.

Now, some of you might be catching on to the craftiness behind this whole facade. If one were to pronounce “ARGOD”, it sounds exactly like the English word combination, “Our God”. Sound familiar? You bet it does. It happens to be the name of the lead single off of the Passion Conference’s CD in 2010. It’s a song that is sung in churches every week across the whole world. And the scary part? In reality, it’s offering praises, not to YHWH, but to ARGOD. Take a simple examination of the lyrics:

ARGOD is greater, ARGOD is stronger
God (Chris Tomlin’s god, ARGOD) you are higher than any other
ARGOD is healer, awesome in power
ARGOD, ARGOD

And if ARGOD is for us, then who could ever stop us?
And if ARGOD is with us, then what could stand against?

Isn’t that a scary reality? Once, you realize the blatant pagan idolatry in Chris Tomlin’s lyrics, you start to see it everywhere. Adoration for the almighty ARGOD is literally woven into the fabric of all of Tomlin’s songs. Take, for example, what is arguably Chris Tomlin’s most popular song, “How Great is ARGOD”:

How great is ARGOD
How great is ARGOD
And all will see how great,
How great is ARGOD

Name above all names
Worthy of all praise
And my heart will sing
How great is ARGOD

Look also to Chris Tomlin’s, “Chosen Generation”:

ARGOD will not be moved
ARGOD will never be shaken
We run to you (ARGOD), we run

The most popular praise and worship songs in America, and the whole world, offer idolatrous praises to a pagan god named ARGOD. And it’s all because Chris Tomlin introduced this awful pagan deity into the mainstream. Sadly, CCM was doomed from the start. Sometimes referred to as “the father of CCM music”, Rich Mullins was also connected to the pagan worship of this savage god, ARGOD. His classic song, “ARGOD is An Awesome God”, says it all:

ARGOD is an awesome god
He reigns from heaven above
With wisdom power and love
ARGOD is an awesome God

Where did ARGOD come from? Who is this God that these CCM artists direct their worship to? After doing much research, I’ve found that ARGOD may have been embedded into Christianity long before popular Christian worship music hit the scenes in the 70s and 80s. It might go all the way back to the sixteenth century. Martin Luther, the father of the Reformation and Protestantism, also took the time to write some hymns. His most famous work is a tribute to this same pagan god, ARGOD. These were the lyrics:

A mighty fortress is ARGOD
A bulwark never failing
Our helper he (ARGOD) amid
the flood of mortal ills prevailing

As much as it pains me to say this, it seems that all of Protestantism, and in turn, Evangelicalism, was founded on the false worship of ARGOD. It’s like a tree that had a diseased seed—the tree can only be diseased as a result. The church as we know it was planted by the seed of ARGOD and there’s no salvaging it. It seems we’re all doomed. Chris Tomlin, in the footsteps of men like Rich Mullins and Martin Luther, is leading us down the idolatrous path of destruction.

What do we do now? REPENT. TURN AWAY FROM ARGOD AND BELIEVE IN THE ONE TRUE GOD OF THE BIBLE.

Amen.

 

 

 

 

 

[I didn’t want to do this (explaining a joke makes it not funny), but after many questions and controversy, I want to clarify that this is satire. I love all these guys and don’t think they’re pagan idolators. I simply wrote this making fun of the sorts of people who actually try to make ridiculous claims like this. I hope you enjoyed it and didn’t have your entire framework too shaken by it. Remember, ARGOD is NOT greater.]

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42 thoughts on “Why Chris Tomlin and Other Famous Christians are Pagan Idolators

    1. funny indeed… the lyrics is our God.. if we write the song trough hearing.. it could be ar god because it’s how they enunciate..slang… but if we write it through copying the real lyrics then its our God..

  1. Blake, it’s clear to me that you, along with the famous Zeitgeist movie, have been captured by a parallelomania that is frankly embarrassing. You are quite right that Tomlin worships the “god” so-called of ARGOD, but Luther did not. Your fault lies in taking the English translation of “A Mighty Fortress” instead of understanding it in the original languages. You see, Luther penned the hymn in die ser schöne deustch Sprache, not in your current tongue of English. So the actual lyric is not “A mighty fortress is our God,” but rather “Ein feste Burg ist unser Gott.” As you can see, Luther worshipped ERGOTT, a completely different false God. Please consider doing a little more research before posting this kind of nonsense again.

    1. Chris Tomlin doesn’t worship ARGOD. I have met him and he would do anything for Jesus Christ, not ARGOD or whatever. He will die for his faith in Jesus Christ. And Luther worshipped the exact same God, the one true Jesus Christ. I did research on both “gods” that yall talked about and neither exist. and look up Jesus, Son of God by Chris Tomlin. How could he sing this if he wasn’t a Christian?????? YOU need to do some research.

    2. Okay, I get it, German is hard…. But next time you’d like to show off your language skills you should probably try a little harder. 😉

  2. Are you on crack? The word “God” itself in English has “pagan” origins. What you’re saying is comparable to saying that you can’t worship Yahweh if you speak English and call Him “God.”

  3. I think it’s hilarious. Thanks for a good laugh. Unfortunately, I don’t have any of Sir Tomlin’s music in our service for tonight, but i almost wish I did.

    ps…for those failing to laugh, I’m reminded of a quote someone gave me once upon a time that I’ve come back to a lot…”If at the point of your salvation you also lost your sense of humor, you may have gotten a raw deal…”

  4. Err, I don’t mean the be a grammar (or vocabulary) Nazi (and in fact I very much enjoyed this entry), but I would perhaps take a few more looks at this sentence: “He’s inoculate the evangelical masses with his idolatrous doctrine in a very conspicuous and subtle manner.”

  5. Reminds me of how many people when leading worship say WORSHOP HIM. That annoys the heck out of me. Sounds like KETCHOP or PORKCHOP. Get real, people.

  6. I just want to show you that you are wrong about christian rock and famous christian artists.

    Firstly no where in the Bible stand there anything about what type of music we can use to praise God. Second in Psalm 20:7 there stands: “Some trust in chariots and some in horses: but we will remember the name of the Lord OUR GOD.”

    The thing about OUR GOD is that in your article about Chris Tomlin say you that he is worshipping a other god with the name of ARGOD and you say in English it have nearly the same pronouncing as OUR GOD. OUR GOD is written in many places in the Bible and if you say Chris Tomlin is from the devil, because he sings OUR GOD meaning ARGOD then you are wrong, because the you also say the Bible is from the devil. And besides who are you to judge, only God can judge. Matthew 7:1 “Judge not, that ye not be judged.”(King James Version).

  7. You are nuts! You have nothing better to do then pull something out of nothing better to do than think up some crazy stuff, and post it on the internet. Do not judge, lest ye be judged. Who are you to sit there and judge Chris Tomlin and what he actually believes. He like you and I will stand before God Almighty, and it is then and only then will be be judged accordingly. His music is beautiful, it is Godly, and unlike the old worship songs as beautiful as they are, I can’t sing them because they are too high and they hurt my vocal chords. Chris Tomlin’s song I can sing along to, and belt them out. They have meaning and they uplift me in times of sadness. Of late I have had many. So maybe you need to put your thinking cap back on, and go after the true athiests and satanists of the world, and leave followers of God alone. He is an amazing musician, and has brought many young people to God because of his uplifting music. So let me ask you again who are you to judge?

  8. This is not funny at all, but rather lunatic. This is just confusing and is to deceive people passing by, exactly what the devil does, he twist the scriptures and every holy thing so as to make it look appeasing to men thereby gaining attention then feeding them with his lies.
    I mean how dare you write such things about Martin Luther who was clearly a follower of Christ.

  9. The people getting angry in the comments are cracking me up more than the article itself. This is too good.

    1. I don’t know who you are or what religion you are, but let me tell you that ARGOD or ARGAD has no power because he is a false god. Jesus Christ is the only God and he wil be the only God.

  10. ok…, The Lord rebuke you sir. You are not funny, but stupid. Your satire is stupid also. The comedian Ron White whom I don’t respect at all did say something interesting, “There is no cure for stupid.” There is no cure for you sir.

  11. The comments on this article are just as funny as the article itself. If people don’t understand that this is obviously satire, then I’m sorry but they’re taking themselves way too seriously. Keep it up Blake, this is gold!

  12. Mr. Blake you are indeed a child of the devil, for you to play with things like this if anyone is really a pagan here it’s you, putting confusing thought’s in the minds of others concerning Gospel musicians is really unacceptable there are things you shouldn’t play with & this is one of them if you want to joke find something more interesting not topics like this or if you want to expose the shortcomings of Gospel musicians do proper research that can be backed up with the Bible not playing on words using English, you really need help may GOD help you.

  13. I find it funny how people don’t think this is a joke and they get offended.
    The Christian Rock issue is really tough, but I like to use 1 Corinthians 8 as a good example. You see, the people who ate the meat sacrificed to idols realized that it could be used for good in their church. Weaker brothers got offended by it. I think it’s the same with rock music. The beat itself isn’t sinful at all. Satan took that genre in the 1950s and forward to be a rebellious genre. But over the past 20+ years, Christians have reclaimed the genre for God!

  14. Who wants to do their homework on Modern Worship Music? Paul Washer / Music in Worship.
    Satire can clothe more than a chuckle.

  15. I happened to love this song. but since guy seems to play with lyrics. can you please explain what he meant by the word ‘Jesus’ in this song?

    1. When he says Jesus he is talking about Jesus Christ. Who is our lord and savior who died on the cross for our sins so that we may have a chance to live eternally with him in heaven.

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