Agreed. I mean, I don't explicitly disagree with anything he said, but they were definitely very vague, and intentionally so. It's possible, I think, to emphasize universal love, peace, and all those pretty things without watering down the Gospel. Eh, oh well.
Oh its definately possible, but just because it is doesn't mean they aren't watering it down. I find it truely hard to be vauge when it comes to the things they used to stand for. I say "used" very loosely, becuase they may very well stand for the same things they used to now, or vise versa. It feels
like they used to believe in the Bible and the stories inside of it as the absolute truth, and now they regard it lyricly as another collection of stories that this world has offered. Again, that's the impression that I get, and I could be totally off. It's not going to sway me getting the album (considering I have the CD pre-ordered, AND a vinyl pre-ordered lol).