A Bit More on Contemporary Christian Music

In my last post, I made the case that Contemporary Christian Music (in general) has grown shallow and must tap into the richness of the history of music in the Christian church in order for it to be a force for the gospel in the future. In the comments, Grant made a succinct and insightful point…

Jesus is Not Our Boyfriend

I have a love-hate relationship with Contemporary Christian Music (CCM). I love it because it desires to make music for Jesus. I hate it because it is often shallower than the kiddie pool. Unfortunately, its shallowness often overwhelms and leaves me longing for more. I always hesitate to write about something I know little about. I…

What are your favorite Christmas songs?

Over the next few weeks leading up to Christmas, I’ll be posting my favorite Christmas songs and hymns.  I’d love to hear what are your favorites — especially songs that most of us have never heard.  I’ll also try to provide a link to listen to the particular version of the song I post. To…

The Adulteress and Anberlin

This isn’t a part of our series on Proverbs, but as I was working out today, the song “Feel Good Drag” by Anberlin came on my iPod.  I’ve heard this song hundreds of times, but as I listened today, I couldn’t help but notice the similarities between the lyrics and Proverbs 5 and 7. Here’s…