Robust, Manly Music v. Effeminate Gay Music - Weak Forms, Weak Faith
Why do so many worship leaders look so “gay”? That’s the subject matter of a recent blog. Is there a lack of repentance? Or is it a lack of God’s authority? Are we stuck with weak forms and a weak faith? The influence of romanticism leaves us with homosexuality, effeminacy, simplistic emotional highs, and no real substance of faith, worship, truth, and life. We take a look at a “Call to Repentance” composition from Keith Green during the height of the Jesus movement. There is a vast difference between singing how we feel and singing what we believe.
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