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The worship leader wants to strum. To do this he needs an acoustic guitar, but they’re hard to mic without getting a lot of god-awful feedback.

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There comes a time in every young evangelical’s life when he must roll up his sleeves, raise the black flag, and commence destroying his secular music.

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People become tired of getting bruised in mosh pit, thus reversion to a newer gentler pogo, which is now suitable for CCM.

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If you went to church during the ’80s then you’ve probably heard this tender treat. This is often sung by the congregation during the altar call. The rest of the time it’s performed as a solo by your friend’s mom […]

Christian culture’s idea of “rockin'” is as questionable as their definition of the word “best.” Rather than violate your soul with secular music, violate your senses with this! Is God glorified by the Christian-ifying of video games? Christian culture seems to think so.

There comes a time in every young evangelical’s life when he must roll up his sleeves, raise the black flag, and commence destroying his secular music.

Men in Christian culture often have giant man-crushes on Bono. Pastors who wish to be emergent/relevant sometimes quote him in sermons and work in a U2 lyric mention when they can.

If you have been involved in Christian culture for any amount of time, there is a very good chance you have been to a wedding where Steven Curtis Chapman’s “I Will Be Here” was sung.

Christians also enjoy country music, especially “new” country, and they all like Johnny Cash since he was a Christian, however gritty. They don’t like rap. Same goes for R&B and hip hop.

Christians took to this drum as starved dogs to a meat wagon. With this, set-up volunteers who do not have a musical bone in their body are given a chance to contribute to the band because, come on, how hard can it be to hit a drum?

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