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http://affirmation2010.wordpress.com/articles/

Scan down to 'REVERENCE IN WORSHIP'

Then click on link: 'Contemporary Worship Music'..John Thackway.

Note the last paragraph and the quote from John Knox.

Also go to: Bible League Trust
http://www.bibleleaguetrust.org/church.html

See all the categories at the bottom of page as there are so many excellent articles under those headings, particularly also on that very page "the world in the church"

God's religion is a heart religion and it is interesting that one particular Calvinist rapper was convicted at conversion to give up his "Rap" but was then persuaded to simply Christianise it instead.

I was heavily into punk (70's) and Indie music(80's) and never expected that to invade the church when I was converted in 1990.

Yet we now have Indie Calvinistic bands with guitar right out of the worldly indie music genre of my worldly days?

Pop music in the 70's and 80's invaded the charismatic churches but few conservative churches followed. Now we have charismatic calvinists...I think I see a link

John Knox..is he a fossil or is he correct?

Study: research the history of rock and roll and what the term means. Most Indie stuff comes from an original source.


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Mike wrote:
Jim, ... who is currently stuck in quicksand,
signs and wonders

Should have gone to specsavers


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John UK wrote:
remember what they did last time around. I do wish they would "take heed".
We can keep warni ng as there are plenty of sermons here on SA

Testimonies of Former Followers of Harold Camping's Doctrine

Harold Camping & Family Radio ‚ÄĘ 16 of 16 sermons

http://www.sermonaudio.com/sermoninfo.asp?SID=215112254317


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Anti muslim wrote:
I would rather die than bow down to a pig!
Come May 22nd 2011 you will have seen that you have been satanically decevied in submitting to a false prophet Mr Camping, so how are you any wiser now or then than any who bow down to any other false idol or even a pig

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John UK wrote:
The Lord's blessing upon you too, brother!
There has been an amazing program on BBC 4 a few days ago; an hour long look at the King James Bible and its roots. Most wonderful! The presenter claimed not to be a Christian nor Atheist, but all through the program he was singing the praises of this majestic Bible. Interestingly he even read out several portions of scripture and then read out the same portions in a modern version, and effectively blew a raspberry at the modern man's translation of God's pure and wonderful word. Also there were clips of a sandwich-board man walking the streets with a big TBS poster, the one with "I am the Light of the World..." written on it. And also a glimpse into the offices of the TBS, where men were gathered to do their work of Bible publishing in different languages of the world.
I thought it was a very balanced program, despite being presented by an unbeliever, and the Bible was certainly lifted up as the majestic word of the majestic God.
Can be downloaded here in the UK on BBC Iplayer see



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