Posted August 27, 2007
The song is also a very positive one currently being played on Christian Radio stations all across the nation.
I'm not sure here... While i'm a big music fan and watched American Idol (up until Daughtry was voted out a couple seasons ago) i have a hard time having a mainstream type artist being played on Christian radio and preforming at "Christian Music Festivals"! A "positive message" doesn't make it Christian or of God. In My opinion until he announces his life changed through Christ and admits him as his savior Chris is just another secular artist who's found his way onto Christian radio like one time Shock Rock singer Alice Cooper! Cooper was on local Christian Radio years ago with an album believed to announce his changed lifestyle and how he found God. Where has he been? Still hitting the MTV tours or shows and out of the Christian spotlight thats where....
The sad thing here is that i'm sure there are many others just like this and maybe even some that i listen too.
** Edited for the one that responded:
I don't buy it and if he is a Christian then We all need to pray for him and his level of faith or belief. As a Christian i personally do not listen to mainstream secular music. Well i attended the Blink Festival in the Canton Ohio area just over a week ago. Some great bands were there like TFK, Day of Fire, Anberlin, 12 Stones, Pillar and more BUT Daughtery was unimpressive. He was the ONLY one that played secular music while they were setting up his stage (Def Leopard, YES you saw that right) I wasn't interested at that point so went up to get a CD autographed but everyone in the tent heard him mention that he was going to play some Alice and Chains. The reaction was that of a shock and disbelief. As a Christian i don't care to see him in concert with a bunch of Christian bands but i guess for those who came to see HIM and came early enough got to get more than what they expected TFK and the other groups..
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