WATCH: Alice Cooper Says Drinking Beer and Doing Drugs is ‘Easy’ But Following Christ is a ‘Tough Call — That’s the Real Rebellion’

Alice Cooper has told a megachurch in Ohio that Christianity saved him when his life was spiralling down into drug and alcohol addiction.

The rock star and committed Christian described how he reached a low point 40 years ago, coughing up blood, when he realised his life had to change.

“I went as far away as I could,” he said during a visit to Parkside Church in Cleveland, pastored by Alistair Begg.

It was Christianity, he said, that “got hold of my life and turned me upside down, which was really to turn me the right way up”.

He was joined on the stage by his wife of 40 years, Cheryl, and paid tribute to her for staying by his side through his addiction.

“And of course I became an alcoholic, I became a drug addict. Cheryl lived through that with me,” he said.

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SOURCE: Christian Today