Kooky Pastor Characterizes Pantera, Sabbath As “Satanic”

Jew-hating preacher is the definition of misguided

Pastor Steven AndersonPastor Steven Anderson

Pastor Steven Anderson

I was reading Blabbermouth earlier, and had to share something with you all, because ignorance needs to be called out.

A video follows at the end of this post featuring Pastor Steven Anderson, representing Tempe, Arizona’s Faithful Word Baptist Church.

This dude recently claimed that “we can have an AIDS-free world by Christmas” if gays were “executed,” a comment that stirred up a little controversy.

Now Anderson, who is releasing some sort of anti-Jewish film called “Marching To Zion,” is claiming Pantera, Judas Priest, and Black Sabbath are Satanic.

This guy knows not of what he speaks.

Go to the 21-minute mark on the video and watch.

He says the following:

“Let me just point out that The Talmud is blasphemous of our Lord Jesus Christ. ‘Cause, keep in mind, this was written hundreds of years after Christ. Let me just give you some of the blasphemy of The Talmud. First of all, The Talmud calls Jesus ‘the son of Pantera’ at least eight times. So eight times it refers to Lord Jesus Christ as ‘the son of Pantera.’ You say, ‘Well, who’s Pantera?’ Well, it’s not the metal band from the eighties. But let me tell you something. When I’m done explaining who Pantera is, you’ll realize how satanic that metal band is for calling themselves that. Why are they named that? It’s a blasphemous name. A lot of the rock and roll uses a lot of satanic… Look at some of the names of some of these metal [bands]… Judas Priest, Black Sabbath, Pantera…”

Stupidity on film.


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