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In the pages of this book, Godwin rips away the curtain of lies, ignorance and misconceptions about modern Rock music that have puzzled parents for too many year. As a powerful teaching tool in the home or in the church, "The Devils Disciples-The Truth About Rock" finally gives parents the best researched and most up-to-date information about Rock & Roll and Heavy Metal mu In the pages of this book, Godwin rips away the curtain of lies, ignorance and misconceptions about modern Rock music that have puzzled parents for too many year. As a powerful teaching tool in the home or in the church, "The Devils Disciples-The Truth About Rock" finally gives parents the best researched and most up-to-date information about Rock & Roll and Heavy Metal music to be found anywhere. For young people not afraid to face the truth, this book shows the Satan-worshiping world of Rock in all its sick and deceitful glory.


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In the pages of this book, Godwin rips away the curtain of lies, ignorance and misconceptions about modern Rock music that have puzzled parents for too many year. As a powerful teaching tool in the home or in the church, "The Devils Disciples-The Truth About Rock" finally gives parents the best researched and most up-to-date information about Rock & Roll and Heavy Metal mu In the pages of this book, Godwin rips away the curtain of lies, ignorance and misconceptions about modern Rock music that have puzzled parents for too many year. As a powerful teaching tool in the home or in the church, "The Devils Disciples-The Truth About Rock" finally gives parents the best researched and most up-to-date information about Rock & Roll and Heavy Metal music to be found anywhere. For young people not afraid to face the truth, this book shows the Satan-worshiping world of Rock in all its sick and deceitful glory.

51 review for Devil's Disciples: The Truth About Rock Music

  1. 5 out of 5

    Christopher

    Added for the LOL factor. My friend at work told me he read this when he grew up in the Philippines in the 1980s and went to Catholic schools. He said he got into metal because of this book, so I guess Godwin's work backfired. Added for the LOL factor. My friend at work told me he read this when he grew up in the Philippines in the 1980s and went to Catholic schools. He said he got into metal because of this book, so I guess Godwin's work backfired.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Matthew

    What this book is good for: 1. soak book in warm water for 10 minutes. 2. gently tear individual pages out. 3. air dry to near-dry consistency 4. Keep on hand in your bathroom. Godwin is one pathetic excuse for an author. Half truths, hairbrained speculations, wild-eyed, foam-at-the-mouth descriptions, Jeffy proves himself Jack Chicks little butt-boy in this, the first of a series of books supposedly tearing down rock music. Sadly, this pathetic introductory screed is not the worst of the bunch. He ma What this book is good for: 1. soak book in warm water for 10 minutes. 2. gently tear individual pages out. 3. air dry to near-dry consistency 4. Keep on hand in your bathroom. Godwin is one pathetic excuse for an author. Half truths, hairbrained speculations, wild-eyed, foam-at-the-mouth descriptions, Jeffy proves himself Jack Chicks little butt-boy in this, the first of a series of books supposedly tearing down rock music. Sadly, this pathetic introductory screed is not the worst of the bunch. He manages to get even more paranoid and more disconnected from reality. At least in this one "some" of his evidence is plausible. But not much. "highlight" of the book: he writes to Enigma records for information on the meaning of their logo. He writes the letter in his wife's name. Claims he's being "sly like wolves", a cheap excuse to add a religious-sounding verse into the book for no reason. Using his wife's name is sly?? Judging by his demented world view, stepping into his brain, he's just risked her sanity and life by potentially unleashing hordes of music label demons at her. Perhaps he will rock back and forth in his den while she screams and waves her arms and runs around their kitchen table, demons in hot pursuit. [caveat: I know that's not going to happen, but that's just one example of how silly and pathetic this little man really is.]

  3. 4 out of 5

    Alex

    David Crosby, if I'm remembering correctly, once admitted that all rock performers were forced to become witches before getting any record deals. Stevie Nicks confirmed Crosby's assertions in an interview before saying something like, "We're not supposed to talk about it." There are interviews with industry insiders who confess all original rock recordings are put through a ritual calling in demons before the record goes into mass production. Very hard to find this info, but it's out there. Real David Crosby, if I'm remembering correctly, once admitted that all rock performers were forced to become witches before getting any record deals. Stevie Nicks confirmed Crosby's assertions in an interview before saying something like, "We're not supposed to talk about it." There are interviews with industry insiders who confess all original rock recordings are put through a ritual calling in demons before the record goes into mass production. Very hard to find this info, but it's out there. Really, some basic knowledge of the satanic symbology compared against rock and pop will tell you something's up. Watch any of the Super Bowl half time shows in the last five years to find esoteric influence. The 114 words above contain more information than you'll receive from reading Jeff Godwin's 345 page book. A rich opportunity lost. Instead of taking an academic, scientific, or investigative look into the reality of rock industry's shady closed door, Jeff Godwin did a lot of name calling, brow beating, and hot air blowing. This is not worth reading unless you're fueled by or enjoy righteous anger.

  4. 4 out of 5

    GD

    I think most people I know would give this book 5 stars out of sheer humor value. This book was written by a mega-Christian whose last names happens to says "God win!" It's very difficulut for me to believe this book was written seriously, and there's still a small part of me that thinks it was written by a very funny cool guy. The bulk of the book is spent picking apart seemingly random rock bands and singers (and pop and reggae, etc.) and showing up how Satanic they are. Some of the usual susp I think most people I know would give this book 5 stars out of sheer humor value. This book was written by a mega-Christian whose last names happens to says "God win!" It's very difficulut for me to believe this book was written seriously, and there's still a small part of me that thinks it was written by a very funny cool guy. The bulk of the book is spent picking apart seemingly random rock bands and singers (and pop and reggae, etc.) and showing up how Satanic they are. Some of the usual suspects are there (Black Sabbath, Kiss, Judas Priest, etc.), and there are some that are kind of surprising (Eric Clapton, the Beatles) and some that are downright outrageous (Stryper!). The strangest one is Iggy Pop, in part because he's rarely if ever thought of as Satanic, and in part because almost no one listens to him anyway, and Jeff Godwin actually devotes pages to him, with lyrics samples and the front cover of Soldier included as a photograph, which is kind of what makes me think it was some cool dude disguised as a Christian dumbass that wrote this book. But real or fake, this book will keep you laughing all the way through.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Alicia

    I think this book is good, because Dr. Rebecca Brown is recommending it in her book to prepare us for war.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Patrick Whitman

    Scary. Fleetwood Mac included as Satanic band with no explanation. My theory , Mick's baubles on cover of 'Rumours'. Scary. Fleetwood Mac included as Satanic band with no explanation. My theory , Mick's baubles on cover of 'Rumours'.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Lori

    unbelievable, WOW!!!!!!!!!!!!! its a must read.

  8. 4 out of 5

    John

    SUPER INTERESTING to see the crazy views from the heart of the satanic panic years. Also- I never knew that christians didn't like Devo! SUPER INTERESTING to see the crazy views from the heart of the satanic panic years. Also- I never knew that christians didn't like Devo!

  9. 4 out of 5

    Obayomi Oluwadamilola

    Always anticipated to read this book. It's a very great book I wish to read Always anticipated to read this book. It's a very great book I wish to read

  10. 4 out of 5

    Todd Zampini

    good

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