"I guess what I mean is I basically hate any thing that supports christianity in anyway, so hearing someone rapping about their life experiences through that perspective is just uninteresting to me. " .... You're extremely ignorant. I'm not Christian, but most of the people that unabashedly bash anything remotely Christian are just as ignorant as orthodox Christians.
I didn't say that it's not Christian, I said that it's a point-of-view that you won't hear from most Christians. As in it's not a viewpoint that mainstream Christianity. The point I was making was that Killah Priest was speaking more from his own experiences rather than preaching. Just because someone is speaking on Christianity does not mean it's Bible-thumping, that generally entails a more aggressive push of the religion. At any rate, that's fine if you don't think it belongs on the album but judging by the number of listeners I'd say there's more than a few people that disagree with you, including the artist that made the album.
There's nothing unchristian about any of that. First part he's just saying when he was younger he didn't like church because it wasn't fun. Second part he's talking about how paintings of christ were based on the image of Cesare Borgia-- not quite sure what point you're even making by bringing that line up. And who cares if it's his experiences, it's still from a completely christian point of view. It doesn't belong on Liquid Swords.
and yep, I happen to hate LeCrae.
I don't think this is Bible thumping... he definitely speaks from a point-of-view that you wouldn't normally hear from most Christians. For example, "And went to church since birth, but it wasn't worth the loot/
that I was paying, plus the praying/
I didn't like staying cuz of busy-bodies and dizzy hotties/
That the preacher had souped up with lies" and "The white image, of Christ, is really Cesare Borgia/
and uhh, the second son of Pope Alexander/
The Sixth of Rome, and once the picture was shown/
That's how the devils tricked my dome" Plus he seems to be speaking more about his experience than pushing beliefs or quoting scripture.
If you think this is Bible thumping, I'd hate for you to hear something like [artist]Lecrae[/artist] or [artist]Sho Baraka[/artist].