|The other side says||My response|
Jars of Clay not only listens to Ozzy Osbourne, but they're so influenced by Ozzy that they sing "CRAZY TRAIN" during their concerts!
Some of the lyrics to "Crazy Train":
OK, here goes the old "misdirection" argument again. "Jars of Clay" are NOT "Ozzy Osbourne".
The "Crazy Train" lyrics above have a good message. I want to make it very clear that Ozzy Osbourne did not intend this message. A fan of his wrote and explained the circumstances for the lyrics of this song. Nevertheless, no matter how unintentional, the lyrics can have a spiritual message. It sounds like it was written by a man who is searching for something - and that is why Jars of Clay chose to sing it. They want to contrast the non-believer who is searching for something to the believer who has found Jesus Christ!
One thing that "Crazy Train" is NOT: is satanic! There are no Satanic references or imagery anywhere in the lyrics you reproduced. And you wouldn't be shy about reproducing them if they were there.