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If you’ve been following the discussion the past week or so about Club Rocketown, you know that we’ve been involved in some heated debates about the club’s decision to book a slate of Satanic bands on October 27.
I got a call earlier this week from News 2 in Nashville wanting to do a story about the controversy, and who better to share the Christian point of view? Music exec and founder of Indieheaven, Keith Mohr, who first brought the story to my attention. Here in this news video, you’ll get to hear not just Keith but ReGina Newkirk, executive director for Rocketown:

So does this answer any of your questions? Can a Christian ministry book a band that boasts of the line up that they’ve “forged this alliance in the name of Satan” so they can reach kids for Jesus? Or is this all just Christians going overboard?
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