Has christian music always been this popular?
It seems to me that a lot more people have been getting into x-ian records in the past two years. Are you guys turning into jesus freaks or have you just dug out all other genres? I was looking into getting the friends of sound "jesus saves" mix cd, but I don't think I could handle all that Jesus music in one sitting no matter how funky or soul it is. A few records here an there are ok though. Favourite funky gospel joint: Byrdie Green "Return of the prodigal son"Also, Morley Grey "The Only Truth" dope x-ian psych or steaming terd?Does it bother you when people spell christian, x-ian? I can't decide for myself.When I lived in Indianapolis in 1999 I worked at Mezzaluna where the lunch cook, Betsy, was I think, a born-again christian. She would only listen to the christian rock station which made all the broadripple career waiters groan and dip into their yay stash. She would hit you with the back of a butcher knife if you cursed in her presence. She was also a good badminton player.