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    I don't know what else to say... Enjoy!


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    1. David Buckham on Fri, March 12, 2010

      I can only hope this was culturally relevant at it’s time and place. Had that happened where I am and today, I would hate to see what happens to that very beautiful Strat.

      all about Christ,

    2. CS on Fri, March 12, 2010

      This beat sounds familiar.  Didn’t I just hear this song on K-Love?  Nah, that can’t be it.  They don’t mention, “Jesus,” there.

      (Said tongue in cheek.)


    3. Kim Aliczi on Fri, March 12, 2010

      OK - this guy is just a little bit creepy…

    4. John Gibbs on Mon, March 15, 2010

      In the late 1970s, Australian broadcasting regulations mandated a proportion of religious programming content. The Christian Television Association was formed to take advantage of the available airtime and produce advertisements for Christianity. The advertisments were on the whole so bad they became the most-mocked items on television. One of the advertisements even played on the public perception of CTA advertisements by starting with the line “Not another one of them!”

      The CTA experience provides strong evidence that “any publicity” is not “good publicity” for the church. In my view CTA advertisments helped accelerate the decline of the Australian church because they unintentionally suggested that Christianity is for children and churches are full of weird people, really bad singers and smiling simpletons. I think the ecumenical mandate of the CTA prevented it from communicating the gospel beyond the level of “God is nice”.

    5. Scott on Tue, March 16, 2010

      I would leave a comment, but I’ve got to find a couple of freshly sharpened pencils to jam into my ears to get the falsetto “Oo-oo-oo” out of my head…

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