Let me back up for a moment. Perry Noble believes that his church "redeemed" a disrespectful (to say the least) secular song. Huh? Does playing filthy, secular music in church suddenly "redeem" that music? Let me ask it this way: does praying to Satan inside of a church suddenly "redeem" the prayer for God instead? NO. Why do purpose-driven "pastors" feel such a need to "redeem" the culture? We are not called to look like the culture, we are called to be set apart. We are not called to redeem the culture, we are called to preach the Gospel so that individuals may be saved and redeemed by the power of the Holy Spirit! But a misunderstanding of this concept is to be expected when one has a poor interpretation of Scripture, which Noble clearly does. This was evident when he said something to the effect that Jesus became like the culture because he ate with sinners. Um, he ate with them, Perry, he didn't act like them and talk like them and cuss like them and sin like them!
As you can imagine, since I was only able to listen for such a short time, Perry Noble and this controversy were kind of at center stage during that time, so I can't provide much more insight. This website provides some notes and quotes from the conference, but unfortunately they are without the greater context of the conversation, so it's difficult sometimes to determine the true tone with which the line was delivered.
After about 15 minutes of viewing, the speakers paused for a short break, and the live feed ended, showing this message:
[P]reach the word; be ready in season and out of season; reprove, rebuke, and exhort, with complete patience and teaching. For the time is coming when people will not endure sound teaching, but having itching ears they will accumulate for themselves teachers to suit their own passions, and will turn away from listening to the truth and wander off into myths. (2 Timothy 4:2-4)