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Ray Lewis' Christian faith is no secret. He brought it up frequently during his decorated 17-year career with the Baltimore Ravens. After a dramatic 2013 AFC semifinals win against Denver, Lewis famously quoted Isaiah 54:17.

Lewis' faith is the lens through which he sees everything in life, so it should come as no surprise that when he was asked for his opinion on Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr., who has had quite an offseason, Lewis mentioned God.

Lewis shared his perspective on Beckham during an appearance on FOX Sports 1's The Herd with Colin Cowherd Monday.

"Where there's no God, there's chaos," Lewis said. He added that he thinks Beckham "has removed God from his life."

Lewis said he had a relationship with Beckham early in the talented receiver's career, but that doesn't appear to be the case anymore. Beckham "started to distance himself a little more, a little more and a little more," Lewis said.

To see Lewis' comments, check out the 7:50 mark of the below video.

Lewis had more to say about Beckham during an appearance on Speak for Yourself.

"These young kids have lost their minds. The social media wave: it's all about me, me, me."—@RayLewis on OBJ putting himself before the team pic.twitter.com/lT1LjzFFiB

— Speak For Yourself (@SFY) January 11, 2017

OBJ responded on Instagram late Monday.

"The foundation was installed at birth," he captioned a clip of him and loved ones praying. "We will survive and prevail … ALWAYS. God willing."

As you'd expect, the public wasn't very happy with Lewis' comments. He quickly got dragged on Twitter.

I don't know what OBJ's relationship with God is, but I know for damn sure that Ray Lewis doesn't know, and that it's not his place to say on television.

— Robert Klemko (@RobertKlemko) April 9, 2018

Me when Ray Lewis opens his mouth to speak. pic.twitter.com/r2ZC7O9NiF

— 2002 Chris Jericho (@slickvick_23) April 9, 2018

Ray Lewis continues to be an insult to the good people who don't use religion as both a mask and ammo.

— Melissa Jacobs (@thefootballgirl) April 9, 2018

Ray Lewis funny.

— Martellus Bennett (@MartysaurusRex) April 9, 2018

Well, Ray Lewis would know what it’s like to remove a man from life https://t.co/BhCfOuXYX1

— Nick Parco (@nick_parco) April 9, 2018

Lewis was recently announced as part of the 2018 class of the Pro Football Hall of Fame.