This is a question that I’ve been pondering for a long time. When you look at the swaths of contemporary worship singers and leaders, you see a peculiar trait that transcends a vast majority of them — they look gay.
Now, I’m not arguing that they are actually gay, as in actively attracted to people of the same sex or even participating in gay things. I am, however, arguing that they are acting effeminate — something the Bible clearly teaches against. This particularly applies to men. With the women, it isn’t quite as prevalent an issue.
But seriously, look at the hair. This hairstyle seems to be a very popular choice among the contemporary worship camp. It’s not manly, it’s effeminate.
What is the attraction to the tight clothing too? The vanity rampant among these people is something to be pondered. Modesty — which doesn’t (or at least shouldn’t) just apply to women — has been completely abolished in this industry. The metrosexual look is a form of rebellion against biblical manhood — it’s a carnal attraction, something that the world loves — and it’s gain it’s most prominent foothold in the walls of churches around the world.
Worship has, indeed, been replaced by entertainment. Almost nothing that comes out of the modern contemporary Christian music industry can actually qualify as biblical worship. It is idolatry — it takes the glory away from God and places it on the artists. Worship is removed from God and laid at the altar of light shows, loud music, and metrosexual, effeminate men in tight clothes, women’s shoes, and feminine hair styles.
The way your worship leader presents himself at church is indicative of the amount of reverence he has for God. So this is the question: if worship is supposed to be glorifying to God, why do so many worship leaders look so gay?
Answer? Because the vast majority of the Church is unregenerate and in rebellion against God and this is what they crave. But the bottom line is that dressing gay, acting gay, and looking gay, well, that just makes you gay.
If you were to die today, where would you go? Heaven? Hell? Not sure?