Topic: If being Christian is so great, why is the music so bad?
From: NY USA
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Message 93 of 99 (143166)
09-19-2004 1:16 AM
Message 39 by nator 08-29-2002 10:33 AM
Got it now.
Miles Davis, good stuff.
I grew up in a family that plays jazz. We jam on holidays, and partys.
My personal favorite is James Taylor.
You know if you listen closley, I think some "secular" musicians write some of their songs to God, they just don't make it so apparent. Some.
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From: NY USA
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From: Duluth, Minnesota, U.S. (West end of Lake Superior)
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Message 95 of 99 (393591)
04-05-2007 8:56 PM
Campbell Brothers - Sacred Steel
Where I found out about it:
White people - Do not attempt to do this - You will probably hurt yourself.
Added by edit - Here's another one:
Edited by Minnemooseus, : See above. Professor, geology, Whatsamatta U Evolution - Changes in the environment, caused by the interactions of the components of the environment. "Do not meddle in the affairs of cats, for they are subtle and will piss on your computer." - Bruce Graham
"The modern conservative is engaged in one of man's oldest exercises in moral philosophy; that is, the search for a superior moral justification for selfishness." - John Kenneth Galbraith
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Message 96 of 99 (420815)
09-09-2007 5:02 PM
anyone ever heard of the church called "the Scum of the Earth"? its in denver and was begun by a Contemporary Christian group called Five Iron Frenzy.
anyone saying that all church music sux should go there before making a general statement that is impossible to prove
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From: Denver,Colorado USA
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Message 97 of 99 (420893)
09-10-2007 2:54 AM
Message 96 by Siggy 09-09-2007 5:02 PM
Siggy, I live in Denver and know the Scum Of The Earth church well. Welcome To EvC
I believe that the future of Urban Ministry and specifically youth oriented music will be a synthesis of Gothic/Hip Hop, but it may take off even further from there!
BTW Do you know Age Sandoval in Denver? He is a pioneer of Christian Rap/Hip Hop and has a Hip Hop church known as Urban Impact.
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Message 98 of 99 (420894)
09-10-2007 3:02 AM
Message 97 by Phat 09-10-2007 2:54 AM
Hey on occasions (don't ask) I go to a local community church (derivative from New Life) and I get goosebumps when listening to the musical worship (performance). The music is very very good - I must remember to drop a little into the offering plate next time. Christian Musical Performance
Edited by iceage, : Added subtitle
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Message 99 of 99 (420963)
09-10-2007 12:59 PM
Message 98 by iceage 09-10-2007 3:02 AM
sometimes sacred music is very beautiful and very moving. that's what it's meant for. i'm glad to see that many on the outside still enjoy it. i don't allow myself to anymore. it's a shame, really.
Re: Christian Musical Performance
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