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Groans Too Deep for WordsSubscriber Access Only
A new breed of bands sees instruments as more than accompaniment for praise lyrics.
A Middle WaySubscriber Access Only
There's a third side in the worship wars.
Volume 2: AlbatrossSubscriber Access Only
Turning the Gospel Ship AroundSubscriber Access Only
Lenny and Daniel Smith founded a new record company with the intent of celebrating creative, intelligent, and meaty worship music.
What Happened to My CCM?Subscriber Access Only
Much has changed in a generation—the bands, the industry. Oh, and me.
Favorites at PlaySubscriber Access Only
A History of Christian RockSubscriber Access Only
Well, sort of. More accurately, the musings of one music fan who was weaned on the stuff.
Curse Your BranchesSubscriber Access Only
The former Christian indie rock favorite now calls himself an agnostic, but his music remains haunted by the holy.
Cut Me Down and Count My RingsSubscriber Access Only
The Strange Journey of Christian Rock and Roll
Randall Stephens’s history pays attention to political and cultural flash points—without losing focus on the music itself.
How Not to Listen to the New Sufjan Stevens AlbumSubscriber Access Only
Can we avoid turning the Brooklyn-based artist and Christian into a poster boy?
The Alternative Music Label That Shaped Evangelical CultureSubscriber Access Only
Tooth & Nail Records let Christian teenagers be both safe and subversive.
O for 7,000+ Tongues to MeepSubscriber Access Only
In the beginning was the Word, and the Word birthed many more.
Around the WellSubscriber Access Only
He says he's renounced the faith he grew up with, but Sam Beam's music—including his latest—is infused with religious imagery and spiritual longings.
What Would People Think If They Knew That I’m a ‘Jesus Freak’ Freak?Subscriber Access Only
Yes, dcTalk’s defining album has some truly cheesy moments. But 20 years later, it’s still just really good.
The Pitch Goes OnSubscriber Access Only
My experiment with timeless, unchanging drone music.
Is Your Trip Tourism or Missions?
Is Your Trip Tourism or Missions?
After years of debate, the line is blurrier than ever.
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