Justin Bieber Is Like Jesus, Not A Taco

Did I mention airplane? He’s also an airplane. Eeeeerrrrrr.

If you haven’t seen it by now, Justin Bieber has a huge interview in the latest issue of Complex which I just read in its entirety because I lack the constitution for suicide, but occasionally enjoy pushing myself to the brink of it. (Too soon?) Anyway, Justin spends an insane amount of time talking about his renewed faith starting with the all-important tenet of shitting all over science.

I’m the type of dude who always wants to figure it out. Science makes a lot of sense. Then I start thinking—wait, the “big bang.” For a “big bang” to create all this is more wild to think about than thinking about there being a God. Imagine putting a bunch of gold into a box, shaking up the box, and out comes a Rolex. It’s so preposterous once people start saying it. At this point, my faith has gotten me to where I am. My faith has brought me to a whole other level. I love talking about my faith. I think that with Christians, they’ve left such a bad taste in people’s mouths. Just like, overly pushy with the subject, overly churchy and religious.

You see, Justin Bieber’s one of the cool Christians who doesn’t get the Big Bang theory and thinks church is weird. But everyone should definitely go there though.

Like I said before, Christians leave such a bad taste in people’s mouths, even myself. I was like, I’m not gonna go to church. I had these church friends and I was like, you guys are cool, I like you guys, but I’m not going to church. Then it was the same thing of, just because you went to a weird church before doesn’t mean that this is weird. It doesn’t make you a Christian just by going to church. I think that going to church is fellowship, it’s relationship, it’s what we’re here on the earth to do, to have this connection that you feel there’s no insecurities. I think that’s where we need to be. Like I said, you don’t need to go to church to be a Christian. If you go to Taco Bell, that doesn’t make you a taco.

Fuck you, son, I’m a Chalupa!

I feel invincible like, nothing is bigger than God. If God’s for me, who can be against me? That’s helped me in a lot of situations where I feel judged. It gives you confidence and you can carry yourself in a cool way, but it’s not cocky. It’s a confidence that’s a godly confidence.

And that was Justin Bieber saying that when people call him out on his shit, his imaginary friend will always be there to pat him on the back and say, “Naw, they hatin’.” And then it’s right back to Kate Gosselin haircuts and flipping out on cameraman, which is basically how World War II started. Hitler loved him some mom hair.

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