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Old 08-11-2003, 04:08 PM   #1
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Corrupt Christian Music

http://www.corruptchristianmusic.com/home/index.html

Take a look at this. A very interesting site on all your favorite "christian" artists.

Even has a little write up on U2...enjoy.
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Old 08-11-2003, 04:18 PM   #2
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Oops...it says that I edited your post...but I didn't mean to edit your post. I meant to edit the thread because of a typo in the title. Sorry about that!!! I didn't change any content in your post though!
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Old 08-11-2003, 05:18 PM   #3
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The U2 link on the site didn't work for me.

The site is somewhat silly. Look at Amy Grant and Rebecca St. James. They are both criticized as being "sexy".

Good thing we have people who rank themselves so high on the morality scale that they can put together such useful information.
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Try this link

http://www.corruptchristianmusic.com/influence/u2.html

Some people have way too much free time on their hands, and are looking for things that aren't there
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Thank you MrsSpringsteen.

Way too mych time on their hands....
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"We don't write music for food; we write music for sex. Dinner parties just aren't our
thing." [yes and since he created music for "sex" then he too has caused AIDS]
How the heck did they make *that* jump?!?
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this is by far one of the most ridiculous web sites I have ever run across, its a shame that people like this are able to write such ridiculous viewpoints.....

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I took a brief look at this site and found it to be nothing more than self-righteouc pontificating. Instinct tells me that it is a administered by some denomination or cult that believes that sacred music should not be blended with contemporary/popular styles. I disagree with that. It brightens my day to be listening to a secular album by Clapton, Van Morrison, or U2 and hear amongst the tracks a song that glorifies God. The same goes for finding more and more "contemporary Christian" bands that I enjoy as my wife has been exploring the genre over the past year or so. They ARE a light to the darkness, they DO turn people towards God; websites such as the one attached here are a striking example of what turns people AWAY from God.

And I leave it at that on a quote from THE GRATEFUL DEAD:

If a man among you
Got no sin upon his hand
Let him cast a stone at me
For playing in the band.


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U2 Bama. Loved the quote.

Yes they may be from a certain denomination or cult, one thing we do know is they are definately not Catholic, did you read what they said under the Rich Mullins Influence section?

It's good to know these people have nothing in their eyes, it's good to know there are still perfect souls that walk this earth.
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Yes they may be from a certain denomination or cult, one thing we do know is they are definately not Catholic, did you read what they said under the Rich Mullins Influence section?

It's good to know these people have nothing in their eyes, it's good to know there are still perfect souls that walk this earth.
yes, they are obviously insane and trying to piss me off....
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These people should be shot.
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I can't access this site for some reason. Is it just my computer or is there actually a problem with the site?
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There are a number of problems with the site.
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Grr, I can't get to this site. I want to read it just to see whether these people are as stupid as this thread makes them sound, and, if they are, I imagine their stupidity would most certainly outrage me and also give me a very good laugh.

One thing this thread reminded me of is a review of the Pop CD by Focus on the Family. That was utterly stupid and I wrote a 2 1/2 page rebuttal of that because I was so incensed.
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lol, so I assume one of the problems is that it's not working?
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Works for me...and that's my biggest problem with it.
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Re: Corrupt Christian Music

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Originally posted by BonoVoxSupastar
http://www.corruptchristianmusic.com/home/index.html

Take a look at this. A very interesting site on all your favorite "christian" artists.

Even has a little write up on U2...enjoy.
I thought the Amish weren't supposed to use things like computers, much less use them to design websites.
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Now I can get the main page to work, but not the article on U2. I want to read it just so that I can write a scathing rebuttal of it and put it up on my own website.

If anyone can access this article, please e-mail it to me at amak_axver@hotmail.com and clearly state in the subject line that it's the article and/or you're from Interference, otherwise I'll delete it. Thank you.
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Ian McCulloch the U2 fan:
"Who buys U2 records anyway? It's just music for plumbers and bricklayers. Bono, what a slob. You'd think with all that climbing about he does, he'd look real fit and that. But he's real fat, y'know. Reminds me of a soddin' mountain goat."
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OK, ignore my previous post. Some very kind person helped me out and I've read that utterly ridiculous article. If I get time tomorrow, I think I'll write a rebuttal of it. (Yes, I can get quite passionate when U2 gets criticised)
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