US News Cristina Scabbia from Lacuna Coil talks about religion

16:05  01 december  2020
16:05  01 december  2020 Source:   metal-hammer.de

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In an interview with Hatebreed frontman Jamey Jasta on his “The Jasta Show”, Lacuna Coil singer Cristina Scabbia, who grew up Roman Catholic in Italy, spoke about her views on religions. “I have nothing against religions. I think that everyone can decide for themselves whether they bring comfort in a difficult moment. For example, when you have lost a loved one and believe that that person is in a better place now.

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Cristina Adriana Chiara Scabbia (Italian: [kriˈstiːna adriˈaːna ˈkjaːra ˈskabbja]; born 6 June 1972) is an Italian singer and songwriter, best known as one of the two vocalists of gothic metal band Lacuna Coil .

Christina Scabbia remains skeptical

What I don't understand is when you don't question anything anymore. You follow rules just because someone tells you to follow them, even if they don't make sense, ”says the 48-year-old. “Also in the context of religion and when you read the Bible. It does not say that people must gather to celebrate Jesus. Why do religions organized by men decide that? "

When asked whether she was more of an atheist or an agnostic, she replied:" More of an agnostic, because I like to be certain that there is another place apart from the earth and human beings gives. I would love to see my parents and all my loved ones again when I leave. But I can only speculate that there is such a place. I have no evidence. ”

Childhood Skepticism

Last year Scabbia told Revolver magazine that she was raised to“ live by good principles ”but in her youth she was disappointed by the Church's hypocrisy . "I know so many people who go to church and then leave and act like the worst Christians," she said. “That was what repelled me. I looked for answers and didn't get them. ”

Whether she was more like“ Team Science ”or“ Team Theology ”, she answered with:“ Science, 80%. I understand the spiritual part, but believe in the permanent. The fact that my loved ones are still around me with their energy. ”

“ Italy is a very religious country, ”she continued. “We have the Pope. But growing up in church, I was never a believer. I didn't understand why people didn't behave as they swore in church. For me it is more important to be a good and respectful person without fear of God. ”

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