[MUSIC] The Most Truthful Song Ever Written

This is an installment of my series My Life’s Playlist.

Today’s feature is the most truthful song ever written: From God’s Perspective by Bo Burnham.

I have nothing more to say besides what I’ve already said. This is the most truthful song ever written. Bo Burnham is George Carlin’s replacement in the world, and although I appreciate Carlin’s genius, I’m extremely happy that I am living the time of Burnham.

22 thoughts on “[MUSIC] The Most Truthful Song Ever Written

  1. What a horrible song from a cynical and arrogant song writer. I find humor in regard to the holy deeply grievous, foolish, and out of place. I cannot comprehend what you would find enlightening about this profane man and his dark cynicism, babbling oh so confidently about things he does not understand. Walk in the footsteps of fools like this and you will find yourself among the congregation of the dead.

      • I am speaking of spiritual death, and I hope and pray not. Here is where the phrase comes from,

        Prov 21:16
        16 A man who strays from the path of understanding comes to rest in the company of the dead. (NIV)

        (“congregation”, rather than “company” in the King James)

        • I’m aware of what you mean, and in that, you can consider me warned, foolish, and again, dead. I believe it is you, Thunder, who do not understand. I agree with your previous comment in that you cannot comprehend the real message of this song, because you choose to dwell on the bad language and the jokes which you take as insults. You could say that you do to this song the same that you claim many do to the Bible, dwelling on selective aspects of its message which can be taken negatively and completely ignroing the positives between. You take it how you like, and I’ll take it for what it really is.

        • Rana,
          I am quite capable of sifting profanity or coarse humor from a legitimate message. (Sheez, I used to own an electrical construction business, and am no stranger to hearing profanity) It was the heart of his message that I objected to, with his delivery only placing an exclamation upon the irreverence.

          • Rana,
            I listened again to the entire song, and wrote down the lyrics. Upon the second, careful hearing, I was even more appalled. I have put his words in quotes, and my comments in brackets.

            “The books you think I wrote are way too thick. Who needs a thousand metaphors to figure out you shouldn’t be a dick.”
            [He begins with a slam to scripture. He also assumes that we know what is right all of our own thinking. I would suggest to you that entire generations are destroyed by people’s ill-conceived ideologies, and that we fall into the trap before we understand what has ensnared us.]

            “And I don’t watch you when you sleep”
            [What the heck is that? What, a distant, uncaring god of some sort who cares nothing for us? Why is he mocking God’s tenderness and love?]

            “You’re not going to heaven. Why the f*** did you ever thing I’d kick it with you”
            [Perhaps he’s not going to heaven. I am, and the fact that God desires our company is a tremendous testimony to both His love and to our intrinsic value as being created in His image.]

            “None of you are going to heaven, there’s a trillion aliens cooler than you.”
            [First, we have no evidence of aliens, and he is making a value judgment that intelligence, etc. is what God values. God is not impressed by smarts. Who is going to impress God? But the God of love never wearies of love, and He has made us both capable of giving and receiving love.]

            “You shouldn’t abstain from rape just because you think I want you to. You shouldn’t rape because rape is a f**ed up thing to do.”
            [Before any obligation to our fellow man, our first is to God, our creator, and doing things simply to please Him is only a proper, thankful response for the gift of life.]

            “It’s pretty obvious, just don’t f***ing rape people. I don’t think I have to write that one down for ya.”
            [Again, he’s mocking Scripture. And do you really think each of us is sufficient to determine what is f**ed up and what is not? How about fornication? Do we see torn hearts up hearts as people unite and split up, and fearful and fatherless children as we revel in our sexual “freedom”? Do we really comprehend the long-term effects of our actions and philosophies?]

            “I don’t think masturbation is obscene. It’s absolutely natural and the weirdest f’ing thing I’ve ever seen.”
            [Is everything that comes natural in a fallen world good? No one has to teach a child to lie or to want his own way all the time. Does this song-writer whose –what, all of twenty years old, have much understanding of the affects of one thing upon another? ]

            “You make my job a living hell. I send gays to fix over population. Boy did that go well!”
            [Does this guy on the piano understand God’s plan for mankind, for the earth, and for eternity? Does he really believe God would make people homosexuals to stop overpopulation, and does this guy know when enough people are enough?]

            “You’re not going to heaven. Eat a thousand crackers, sing a million hymns. None of you are going to heaven.”
            [A defiant slam at what represents the sacrifice of Jesus Christ on the cross. What a slap in the face in exchange for God’s dearest gift to mankind! And he completely misses that communion and worship is an act of love from the heart, not of works to get into heaven.]

            You’re not my children, you’re a bad game of Sim.
            [I can’t believe what this guy is saying. It sounds like something that would come from the Satanic bible. Perhaps he is not God’s child. Jesus spoke plainly to the Pharisees that their father was Satan, and told them that he knows them, and that the love of God is not in them.]

            You shouldn’t abstain from pork just because you think that I want you to. You can eat pork, because why the f*** would I give a sh*t. I created the universe. Do you think I draw the line at the f***ing deli aisle?”
            [Applause, but why are people applauding his stupidity? Does he have any idea whatsoever what he is talking about? In the Old Testament God was using physical things to teach them the difference between the holy and the profane, with a pig, that wallows in its own manure being a very good example of what sin, and the sin nature is all about. In the New Testament, Jesus makes the transfer to the spiritual, and God then removes the physical prohibition on pork. Jesus then summed it up:

            Mark 7:15-23
            15 Nothing outside a man can make him ‘unclean’ by going into him. Rather, it is what comes out of a man that makes him ‘unclean.'”
            17 After he had left the crowd and entered the house, his disciples asked him about this parable.
            18 “Are you so dull?” he asked. “Don’t you see that nothing that enters a man from the outside can make him ‘unclean’?
            19 For it doesn’t go into his heart but into his stomach, and then out of his body.” (In saying this, Jesus declared all foods “clean.”)
            20 He went on: “What comes out of a man is what makes him ‘unclean.’
            21 For from within, out of men’s hearts, come evil thoughts, sexual immorality, theft, murder, adultery,
            22 greed, malice, deceit, lewdness, envy, slander, arrogance and folly.
            23 All these evils come from inside and make a man ‘unclean.'”

            [Resuming with this horrible song:]
            “You argue and you bicker and you fight- atheists and Catholics, Jews and Hindus argue day and night, over what they think is true. But no one entertains the thought that maybe God does not believe in you.”
            [Here, the song writer, like so many others, blames wars on religion. Scripture tells us differently:
            James 4:1-3
            1 What causes fights and quarrels among you? Don’t they come from your desires that battle within you?
            2 You want something but don’t get it. You kill and covet, but you cannot have what you want. You quarrel and fight. You do not have, because you do not ask God.
            3 When you ask, you do not receive, because you ask with wrong motives, that you may spend what you get on your pleasures.
            It is not religions that cause the wars, but the reason people adhere to them and how they use them, even as alcohol does not cause car accidents; people who misuse it do, and guns to not cause murders, but the hatred and greed of those who wield them.]

            “You pray so badly for heaven, knowing any day might be the day that you die. But maybe life on earth could be heaven. Doesn’t just the thought of it make it worth a try.
            [If life on earth is heaven, it is a very short and troublesome one. And what do you say to the quadriplegic or the child sex-slave in India? Is this their heaven?]

            “My love’s the type of thing that you have to earn, and when you earn it, you won’t need it. I’m not gonna give you love just because I know that you want me to. If you want love then the love has got to come from you.”
            [This man has no idea what love is or is about! What he is saying is the antithesis of love. Earn it? Is that why your mother loves you, because you earned it? And in the previous strains he says that since this life is all the heaven there is, doesn’t that make it worth a try?” Try? How will this work if we should only love those who have earned our love, and if they would earn it, they wouldn’t need it? Which of us can ever earn the very fact of our life? Rana, can you see how contradictory everything this man says is? It sounds like the devil himself wrote this song!
            This is love, that God created us of his own free will, gave us all we needed, imparted us with a free will, and when we in that free will turned our faces from him, not only offered to forgive us, but provided the path back to Him at his own cost. Earn God’s love? Are you kidding? We RECEIVE God’s love like children, just as we received life itself as children born naked into this world. To pretend to earn it only insults his love. I wonder how your fiancé would feel should you insist on paying him back for your engagement ring? And perhaps when you have repaid him you won’t need each other’s “love”? Rana, I would call this song nonsense, if it were only that innocent. I would say it is evil.

            • I can’t stay on long because I need to get to bed, but I can’t leave this for another time. I’m also going out of order for the sake of my train of thought.

              First and foremost, you do recognize that he is not ‘slamming’ Christianity only, right? He’s slamming people who obsess over religious dogma and doctrine instead of focusing on the message which the religion is trying to portray.

              You say that his line of, “The books you think I wrote are way too thick,” is a bashing of the scriptures. I’m sorry, I don’t see a direct reference to any particular religion in that line, do you? There are ‘books’ in many other religions besides Christianity which are claimed to be ‘divinely inspired’ by their respective dieties. Heck, Hinduism has a couple scriptures they claim were written by Krishna himself, an ACTUAL GOD who lived as a man and wrote his own gospel essentially. Your presumption that Bo is specifically calling out Christianity in every line of this song is unfounded and petty.

              Your issues with the ‘pork’ verse are completely pointless, as the verse itself does not pertain to you as a Christian. He’s directing that verse at Jews and Muslims who ACTUALLY ABSTAIN FROM PIG PRODUCTS because they believe God told them to. There are some orthodox Christian sects who do the same. But he doesn’t specify. Why? Because this isn’t about just the Christian concept of God.

              Your comment on his accusing all war as religiously based… What in the world are you talking about? Did you even notice that he also calls out atheists? NOT a religious group, Thunder. He makes NO mention of war, or even of killing. It’s simply a statement that all religions argue about which one is ‘right’ about God.

              Speaking of being ‘right,’ did you actually say that you are going to heaven? I quote, “Perhaps he’s not going to heaven. I am, and…” Really? You’re going to judge your own soul before God does? That is the most pompous thing that has ever come over my screen from you. It’s incredible. I will even go so far as to say if you know where you’re going then what are you doing still here? I realize that is a very VERY harsh thing to say, and has a few VERY serious implications behind it, but the fact that you would stoop to such a self-righteous level as to determine your own fate in death has just about pushed me over an edge.

              And if that didn’t do it, your incredibly heartless answer to the verse regarding abstaining from rape certainly has. “Before any obligation to our fellow man, our first is to God, our creator, and doing things simply to please Him is only a proper, thankful response for the gift of life.” My word, man, do you hear yourself? You have essentially stated here that, given the decision, you would follow what you believe to be the Word of God in your head over the moral standards you assume that same God holds over you, because your obligation isn’t to be morally conducive to society, but is to God and anything and everything that God tells you to do. So of you were Abraham about to murder your only son because God said so, and God didn’t stop you at the last second saying it was a ‘test of faith,’ you would drive that dagger into your son without hesitation. That is what you are saying here. And your excuse cannot be, “God would never tell me to do that.” You are not God. You may claim to know Him, but you cannot claim to know every intention in His mind. You cannot claim to know His logic and His full plan. But wait, you already have, because you have judged your own soul as going to heaven.

              Expect another blog post (which I’ve been working on for weeks now) in the coming days which will very much flush out this particular issue I have with your answer here. You’ll find the Abraham example as part of it.

              Finally, to your point on love. To a point, I can actually agree with you that the love of an all-loving god would not need to be ‘earned.’ However, you then say, “Is that why your mother loves you, because you earned it?” No, you do not need to earn your mother’s love. At the same time, a truly loving mother would never forsake or dismiss her child for the same reason. The concept of hell, the mere allowance of its existence, is a testament to the idea that the Christian God is willing to dismiss His love for His ‘children’ for their disobedience. A loving parent does not make a final line of love. A loving parent does not say, “You’ve gone too far and I can no longer forgive you.” And on an eternal scale? That the Christian God takes our minute lives on this Earth and makes the consequence of disobedience in this life an eternal dismissal is like a parent judging it’s child for its behavior in the first 3 years of life. I can accept the idea of rules and regulations to protect us from hurting ourselves and making ourselves miserable, because god does not want to see us suffer in life. I cannot accept the idea that, if we do make ourselves miserable, if we do come to harm because we do not follow the guidance of our parent/ of god, that said god would banish us for eternity.

              And you talk about not understanding ‘earning’ God’s love, but what do you do all the time but call for God’s forgiveness, His help, so that you do things right. You work to stay in God’s graces. What difference is there between staying within the lines and earning your way into the lines? I see no difference there. You work to earn your place in heaven (or perhaps you don’t, since you claim to have a reserved seat apparently), and what difference is that from earning God’s love itself? We have God’s love, but we must earn the right to receive it? What difference is that from earning it in the first place? If we can’t receive it, then it doesn’t really exist for us at all, now does it?

            • Rana,

              I get that Bo is slamming the writings of all religions, though I do not get what makes him think his anchorless, rudderless, arbitrary idea of God based on his own understanding is superior. The “cracker” comment, however, clearly and mockingly refers to Christianity.

              In regard to the pork comment, Jews still do hold to that, and God did tell them to abstain – but in teaching them the difference between the holy and the profane in an object lesson. They just never moved on beyond the preliminary instruction of the law. Bo says why would God care? For the same reason a teacher cares about a student solving a problem on a test that is not an actual problem. God is teaching about who He is, and beginning with holiness, justice, etc. in the Old Testament, laying the foundation for grace. Later, He moves to grace, but without the law, we would confuse grace with what so many espouse today, which is “tolerance”. God is not a “whatever” God.

              And I did say I was going to heaven. Certainty in this is central to the gospel,

              I Jn 5:13
              13 I write these things to you who believe in the name of the Son of God so that you may know that you have eternal life. (NIV) He said, “KNOW”, not hope or guess.

              2 Cor 1:21-22
              21 Now it is God who makes both us and you stand firm in Christ. He anointed us,
              22 set his seal of ownership on us, and put his Spirit in our hearts as a deposit, guaranteeing what is to come. (NIV) A guarantee sounds pretty certain to me, especially when the guarantor is the Holy Spirit.

              I know that I am going to heaven because it is based on the perfect and finished work of Christ, which I have received, not upon my woefully insufficient personal righteousness, but on His. It is a gift, but a gift which must be acknowledged and received. The other certainty I have is in a living, breathing relationship with God, and the presence and guidance of the Holy Spirit in my daily life as guarantee of what is to come. This is no crapshoot, Rana.

              In regard to rape, I am not saying that we should not abstain from it simply because we perceive that it is wrong, I am saying that abstaining from it on God’s say-so is of itself sufficient reason. There are many evils that are just as devastating that we don’t see as so bad, evils which may affect things a generation from now. Scripture tells us that sin, when it is full grown, ends in death. By obedience to God we learn to kill the harmless looking serpent while it is still in the egg. Many of the things you are doing, Rana, are just such harmless looking embryonic serpents. If you are not careful, by the time you recognize on your own their true nature, you, or you loved ones will be bitten!

              In regard to Abraham, I would obey God, the source of what is right and wrong, before my own sense of righteousness. God who gave life has the right to take it away. We do not, except by His standards or command. (For instance, God has authorized civil government to carry out capital punishment.)

              I do claim to know Him, and I do not claim to know every intention of his mind. But when I’m driving to an unfamiliar destination in a car with someone who DOES know the way, their presence with me is sufficient to get me there, and along the way I will learn many things about his intentions.

              Again, I have not judged my own soul in regard to going to heaven. Rather, I have agreed with what God has already revealed, that receiving the sacrifice of his Son, not my own works, is the basis for eternal life.

              In regard to the issue of hell, you speak of it only from the perspective of a loving Father. You are missing the perspective of God as God, and as a God who has revealed issues of justice, etc. An earthly father disciplines his children because he knows that real life will not tolerate a certain behavior. In other words, he disciplines to outside standards which he knows his child will face. God is the determiner of those standards.

              And we do not earn the right to receive God’s love. God extends it for all. I said we must receive it, not earn the right to receive it. If five people are drowning, and someone tosses five life-rings within grasp of each one and three, in gratitude, grab them and are saved, then those three alone are saved. If the other two refuse to acknowledge that they need help, or resent the person who offered them so deeply that they refused to take hold of them, it is their own fault that they drown. You said, “If we can’t receive it, then it doesn’t really exist for us at all, now does it?” The issue is not “can’t”. The issue is “won’t”.

              And finally, when I think of the things Bo has said, I think of Jesus’ passionate cry out to the Father while hanging on the cross, “Forgive them Father, for they know not what they do.” God is open to forgive, but there is not a thing He can do, without forcing our will, if we refuse to receive it. Bo impresses me as hostile to God, not merely ignorant. And by the way, I’ve said it before and I’ll say it now. Atheism is a religion. You watch them closely, and you will see that they worship something outside of themselves – whether science, the intellect, etc.


              • It’s not their writings, Thunder, it’s all religious people in general, specifically people who obsess over the religion and doctrines involved with them more than the values which they are supposed to be based on. Yes, he makes direct points toward specific religions, like the ‘cracker’ comment about the Eucharist and the pork comment toward Jews and Muslims. It’s satire. That’s the whole point. He exaggerates and emphasizes aspects of individual religions as well as general similarities of all religions and religiously obsessed people to expose what he believes is wrong with religion. He doesn’t have a specific beef with any one religious organization.

                And guess what? What he does on the stage? Is NOT the real him. Take a look at his final song from his show, “We Think We Know You” and you might understand. He puts ideas, satirical concepts on the stage, and the point is not to share his views, it’s to make you consider the possibilities through humor. You know where he went to school? An all-boys Catholic institute. You know what else? He’s still Catholic. He keeps his personal views very private, and performs for the sake of hard-hitting humor that makes you think. If you don’t appreciate it, then don’t watch him.

                As for the rest of your comment, I simply have nothing more to say to you than this. Your response here trying to defend your response about rape is terrifying. You have admitted here that you would murder your own son in the name of God if you believed that God told you to. You have admitted here that refraining from immoral acts is not about being a moral person, it’s about doing what God wants for the sake of God, not the sake of those around you. The Muslims believe God tells them to commit jihad and murder people for not believing as they do. Your stance is no different. It’s absolutely terrifying. You are no different than the man who claimed that the Holocaust was a divine punishment from God on the Jews, performed by the Nazis as God’s hand. You are saying here that genocide can be justified if God wills it.

                You said, “There are many evils that are just as devastating that we don’t see as so bad…” What YOU are saying here is what is bad, Thunder. YOU are the evil in this conversation. You would claim to hold to the morality you claim is established by God, not for our sakes, but for God’s sake, and then say that you would ignore that moral standard if God told you to ignore it, because anything God says is good, even if God says to murder half the population.

                You have officially scared me, Thunder. Congratulations.

              • Hey Rana,

                I was just browsing through this post and wanted to check out your “conversation” with the local nutjob.
                I believe you have gotten the true picture of just how hateful and downright evil a person can become once they’ve succumbed to the belief in an almighty creator that has absolute rules. I’ve been saying this since the day I met him. He’s a lunatic, he’s delusional, he’s a willfully ignorant moron and he’s a piece of human garbage. Could you imagine being his son? Knowing that he worships a god that is in favour of infanticide? Knowing that he’d kill you at the drop of a hat if god told him to? What a wonderful relationship that would be. That admission alone I would think would be grounds to have any children permanently removed from his care by the local child protectice services agency. Children to do not belong in the same house with a fanatical lunatic like that.
                Now you can admonish me or scold me or delete this post or ban me from your website if you like, but it won’t change my opinion of him in the slightest and it won’t change my mind about the following: I’ve read about him being an alcoholic and coming to a cross roads in his early 20’s and choosing to accept god rather than kill himself. I would have preferred that he’d chosen the latter. This world would be that much better off if he was no longer part of it.

              • One has only to read Ashley’s reply to discern which of us is “hateful”. And he who speaks of infanticide: Does he support abortion? And in regard to what it would like to be my son, I have three grown sons and three grown daughters, and all are very happy, well adjusted, and productive members of society. I’ve also been married to the same woman for 30 years. How is your family life and marital history, Ashley?

              • Ashley,
                Whatever your family circumstances or history, I do not raise the issue to be cruel, but rather to say, “How is that atheism working out for you?” You mocked the idea that in my early twenties I came to the Lord after being a raging alcoholic, and here I am, what, 32 years later, still free of it, don’t go to AA meetings, don’t think about alcohol and don’t miss it. It’s like it was never part of my life. And the relationship with God that began back then has only deepened and sweetened over all these years – God demonstrating both His reality and faithfulness again and again, while knowing Him never ceases to captivate me in new and interesting ways. Whatever you think about my ideology, mine works. You’re an engineer. After talking scientific theory, the proof is in the pudding, is it not? Do your theories work? And if they don’t, it may be time to re-evaluate them. You might even think about becoming a Christian! (If you could see me right now, I’m grinning ear to ear!) Know this also, Ashley: Your hostility does not upset me personally in the least, but it does underscore to me your need for God, and to that end I will (and have been) praying.

              • You’re a weak-minded pathetic loser that needs a crutch to get through life. Where you once used to drown yourself in alcohol because you just couldn’t handle reality, you now spend your days talking and listening to an imaginary friend. An imaginary friend whose commands you’d obey without question, up to and including murdering your own son. You’re still an addict whether you realize it or not, you’ve changed what you’re addicted to. By the way, have you ever told your son that? Sat him down and said “We both know that I love you son, but if god told me to kill you, I’d have to do it. No hard feelings right?”
                You’re a brain-dead, immoral piece of garbage.

            • Ashley,
              I make no apology whatsoever for my dependence upon God, any more than I would apologize for my need for oxygen or water. How self-sufficient are you really, Ashley, and how much do you really control? I can assure you that those who do not depend on God, depend on other things, and those “other things” will demean them in the process, while dependency on God will bring out who we were truly meant to be and add dignity, not take it away. And what are you depending on right now – be it a job or employer, unemployment benefits, welfare, or other government handouts, the stability of our economy or even our government, a spouse, etc., that you cannot lose? Are you dependent upon your own smarts? You can lose them. And there are those who are smarter than you who can and will out-smart you. How about your health? How’s that? I assure you that over time it will diminish, to the point where you will need a literal, not figurative, crutch, or a walker, or wheelchair to get around. Have you been around very old people much? They soil themselves just like toddlers and become dependent like a child in every way. Once great, in-charge men cannot so much as bathe themselves without help. I was just interrupted by a phone call from my sister. My 88 year old mother was just taken to the hospital with a 106 fever, and things do not look good. Gotta go.

              • RT,

                Yes, well if you think that your “dependancy” on god, whom you’d obey without question if he told you to murder your own son “adds dignity”, then bravo for you. You sound oh so dignified.

              • RT,

                And you never did answer my question. Have you sat your son down and told him that if it came down to it, you’d kill him if god ordered you to do so? I suspect that the answer is no. I also suspect that he’d probably not be all that impressed by your commitment to god in that regard – unless of course he’s been infected with the same virus that’s infected you in which case he might be a willing participant in your madness.
                I must admit, every time I think you’ve sunk to the lowest depths imaginable (which I thought was pretty low after your statements equating atheism with dropping a physics course and with killing oneself), you manage to somehow surprise me. To admit on an open internet forum that you’d murder your own son to please your god takes it to a whole ‘nother level.
                You have thoroughly convinced me that you are a complete fucking lunatic. You should be encased in a straight jacket 24/7 and be locked up in a mental institution.

              • Ashley,
                Your responses remind me of those liberal spin-masters on news programs that will not or cannot hear what the other side is saying, because they have an agenda the size of a freight train that sabotages all input before they process it. 100% of their mental resources are occupied in looking for sound bytes which they can grab, distort, repackage, and hurl back. You then make the distortions you have fabricated your new reality, hijacking the discussion to a ridiculous platform that can only yield what you’ve pre-determined it will. I have no interest in a discussion from that false platform. It’s not the insults that bother me; it’s the sense that I am speaking to someone who begins with an agenda, and processes all things from that foundation. I am not interested in being part of your self-deception. I would take a great deal of time and effort to answer a truly honest question. But I do not think you are being honest, or doing anything close to seeking information. Perhaps it would be more satisfying to you if you would ask questions, then answer them yourself, since you seem to be inquiring within the closed system of your own will anyway. I suspect that it is this very system that has no room for God, and what a rude awakening it will be when you one day discover that God will not operate within the boundaries you have set for Him.

              • RT,

                It’s a simple question, you moron. You either told him or you didn’t. It’s a yes/no answer. The fact that you keep avoiding the question, and talking about non-sequitur bullshit, speaks volumes to your dishonesty and cowardice. But then again, that’s not exactly new information for me.
                The more you talk, the more you sicken me.

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