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God Only Knows P Diddy & Moby

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God Only Knows P Diddy & Moby

P Diddy was so religious he attended both Catholic and Baptist churches he revealed

this week, adding that he attributes his astonishing commercial success directly to

his religious background.

"I was an altar boy in a Catholic church and then had afternoons at a Baptist

church; I was in church every Sunday, all day," Puffy confessed.

"It's because of Him (God) that all I do is possible. He's my secret weapon," he added.

The multi-millionaire rapper's revelations appeared just days before

multi-millionaire techno type Moby flagged up his own God-fearing credentials again,

in a Biblically inspired broadside against 'right-wing American Christianity'.

"My presumptuous belief is that if Christ walked into a right-wing mega-church and

started preaching he would either be beaten up or shot," said Moby on his always

interesting blog, going on to accuse the religious right of comprehensively

misinterpreting the Bible.

"If you read the 4 gospels (Matthew, Mark, Luke, and Crazy John) you'll find a lot

of remarkable teachings," he added, "on forgiveness (to paraphrase: forgive

everyone, regardless of how they've wronged you), teachings on judgementalism

(simple: judge not unless you want to be judged, and no one can really hold up under

judgement) and so on," he said.

Former Jacques Lu Cont protégé Juliet also revealed she's been reading the Bible a

lot recently, telling Skrufff this week she's taken a break from the club scene to

write new songs 'slowly, quietly, with a guitar'

"My message was off, and I had to quit it, before it killed me," said Juliet, "My

spirit is being reborn; heart, mind, soul and truth!"

Chatting about the recent anti-gay alliance of fundamental Christians, Jews and

Muslims against Jerusalem Pride, Juliet referred to Jesus' well known 'let he who is

without sin cast the first stone' story (John 8:1-11) and also concluded with a

poignant favourite Bible passage of her own; John 3:16 and 3:17.

"This is how much God loved the world: He gave his Son, his one and only Son. And

this is why: so that no one need be destroyed; by believing in him, anyone can have

a whole and lasting life." Juliet told Skrufff (quoting from the Message


"God didn't go to all the trouble of sending his Son merely to point an accusing

finger, telling the world how bad it was. He came to help, to put the world right

again," she added.

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