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31 January 2007

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Graham C

Wise words! Think Johnny has summed up a lot of my thoughts in a logical way. Thanks for posting

Rob

'My HUGE question is, why are they not openly saying, "Don't worship us, enjoy our music. Worship the Lord who has blessed us with the gifts required to produce this great music.'

It's possibly because doing that might feel like commercial suicide. Or maybe it's because they feel that such a direct approach might put people off Christianity rather than onto it. Or maybe they feel their art has greater power when allowed to speak for itself. It's hard to know.

This U2charist sounds really naff, by the way. And I hate the name. Although I like U2, and Communion is fine.

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    A network in Scotland of Anglican churches and individuals who follow Jesus and are enthusiastic for Him to be known in our communities.
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