Re: Best (and worst) Christian songs
- From: Sam Wilson <Sam.Wilson@xxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 21 Jun 2006 11:40:19 +0100
In article <87d5d3a9v9.fsf@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>,
Gareth McCaughan <Gareth.McCaughan@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Simon Robinson wrote:
Now I'm intrigued. Is there supposed to be some reason why I should be
particularly allergic to Graham Kendrick?
I didn't expect allergy; I'm just surprised to find such
enthusiasm. His brand of Christianity differs somewhat
from what I understand yours to be; ditto that of the
sorts of church where his songs are (I think) most popular.
Kendrick is in an interesting guy. He first appeared in the early 70s
as a singer-songwriter with some quite original approaches. I was at a
small conference he was leading in about 1978 when he told us that he
and his fellowship felt that he should be concentrating on producing
more music for congregational singing - renewing the hymn writing
tradition or something like that. And he did.
- Prev by Date: Re: Best (and worst) Christian songs
- Next by Date: Re: Deconversion
- Previous by thread: Re: Best (and worst) Christian songs
- Next by thread: Re: Best (and worst) Christian songs