uncommonsense wrote:"It's ridiculous to sing gospel and
leave out 'Lord'...But to sing gospel muisic (sic) and leave out the
gospel part of it is..... well... stupid."Many (most?) so-called
"gospel" songs were plagiarized, borrowed, and otherwise appropriated
(without permission) from various folk and other songs, including some military
songs.So by your argument, these "gospel" songs are also
"stupid" because they defy the original songs from which they sprang?Nonsense.
@say no "PC has taken over our schools." I wonder if you even see
the irony of your comment.
"If we allow this to become common place"Allow? That
concept is scarier than what was or was not sung in the song.
patjan wrote:"If we allow this to become common place, it will
be hard to ever get God placed back into things. We need to kindly, but firmly
and meaningfully stand up when this happens."It is not up to you
to allow or disallow it.Anyone who sings this song can choose to
sing "Lord" or "Oh" as they please.
Only the Christian militants are worrying about this.
If we allow this to become common place, it will be hard to ever get God placed
back into things. We need to kindly, but firmly and meaningfully stand up when
People actually watch the voice? There are countless better programs on TV and
infinitely more better things to do with one's time than watch TV.
I attended a college student concert last night.The choir did Kurt
Bestor's Prayer of the Children and removed the word "Jesus"
throughout. I guess a prayer shouldn't use deity.But they were fine
with a homosexual act where two girls sang Take Me or Leave Me with a bit of
twerking thrown in.PC has taken over our schools.