Thursday, July 22, 2004

Unknown Christian Artist on why he left CCM
An unknown Christian artist has released a book on why he left the Christian Music Industry.  His book, "Why I Left the Contemporary Christian Music Movement" is heralded as a "hard-hitting investigative look at Christian music."  The unknown Christian artist cites his concerns about CCM: sensual performances, drum beats, divisions among Christians, and backtracking.

But those aren't the real reasons.

Upon obtaining a copy of this book, X-ATI Guy discovered that the book, read backwards, says repeatedly: "I couldn't make any money.  I couldn't make any money.  I couldn't make any money." 

3 Comments:

Blogger kkjsmom said...

Funny story. My kids and I amuse ourselves by thinking of songs to compile on a "IBLP favorite hits" album. Here are a few for starters...
1. If there's a rock and roll heaven
2. Drift away
3. Rock and roll lullaby

Any tunes to add to our list?
But seriously, it's troubling to have been taught so much and to discover that you've been duped all along. Not that what IBLP teaches is all wrong, but it's so frought with error it's frightening. WHY did we stay so long? I suppose the biggest reason is the friendships and the sense of belonging to the group. Now we're free, but it's lonely out here!
Peggy

12:45 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Add these to the list- "Your Momma Don't Dance (And Your Daddy Don't Rock And Roll)" (Loggins and Messina)and "What A Wonderful World This Would Be" (Sam Cooke). Hehe.

11:55 AM  
Anonymous Will said...

HAHAHAHAA thats so freaking good. I remember my parents being worried when cd's came out because we couldn't play them backwards to see what they really said.

1:45 AM  

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