Da T.R.U.T.H. Challenges Truth With ‘Religion’

Christian rapper, Da T.R.U.T.H., recently dropped a brand new single and video entitled ‘Religion’, the first of his highly anticipated new album called ‘It’s Complicated’ due out soon.

In a very clever stunt to raise awareness and conversation, he took to Twitter to raise some, let’s say, ‘complicated’ questions about faith and religion that were answered by none other than world renowned, hugely respected Bible scholar and Christian apologist, Ravi Zacharias!

Questions like “Is his name Allah, or his name a lie? Is it really important the right name or not?” and “How many paths to God…?” Turns out that these questions and answers are all featured within the ‘Religion’ track.

The video was beautifully shot in London back in February, during a recent visit by Da T.R.U.T.H. to the city where he performed at the last leg of the Faith Child tour. The video starts with the question: “Wouldn’t the world be a more peaceful place without religion?” followed by the question: “Am I a Christian because I really believe it or because that’s what I’ve been taught to believe?” Deep! Da T.R.U.T.H. actually went there.

The track is deeply thought provoking, which is brilliantly portrayed in the video, and it’s good that not only does Da T.R.U.T.H. raise these questions – that frankly many of us have considered from time to time – but you also have the voice of Ravi Zacharias to interject with solid answers.

At the point of the video’s release, Da T.R.U.T.H. fans instantly took to Twitter to show their support for the track, saying things such as:

@truthonduty I’m proud of you~I am FIRM believer in God allows our doubt because He is confident in His Sovereignty n faithfulness! Feel me?”

@RaviZacharias & @truthonduty, Best collaboration since Jordan & Pippen. Apologetics never sounded so good.#truth

Visit www.vinejuice.co.uk/music to watch the ‘Religion’ video – track available at all digital outlets now.

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