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Discussion in 'Music Ministry' started by jch-singer, Jul 13, 2006.
Is it right or wrong?
if it is not praising men, selfishness, or worldly living. then it isn't wrong.
i wouldn't listen to it personally because what really matters is "what is the motive?"
Depends on the song.
The Song That Never Ends - is just plain wrong and I hope I never hear it again.
This is the song that never ends..
It just goes on and on my friends....
OK everyone sing along!!!!
Gib wants to hear it!!!!
I think it depends on the song.
"Jesus take the wheel" is secular, but a good one.
So is "Broken Road"
and Brad Paisley's "when I get where I'm going"
Brooks and Dunn's "red letter bible"
Alan Jackson's "Remember When"
They are secular, but not wrong
Doesn't mean I'm going to sing them in church. Well, I might sing "when I get where i'm going"
I used to go to a church where the pianist would play "time in a bottle" for the offeratory everyonce in a while.
Is it right or wrong?
Well, that's a little bit over-generalized, isn't it?
Food: Like it, or not?
Sorry for takeing so long on fixing the poll question for this thread. :Fish:
Just because it's secular doesn't mean it's wrong. Just because it's secular means that it doesn't belong in the worship service, but it's not necessarily wrong. I like jazz and big band instrumental stuff. I think that's great stuff! It's secular, but it's not wrong.
I do have to agree with Gib about The Song That Never Ends!
I voted "no", but wish there would have been a "sometimes" vote, as there is a "sometimes" vote even with Christian music.
but then you gotta look at the reason why its called secular...
secular wants God out. thats why they call it secular.
im not going to label a whole album secular.
it depends on the song
You can take this for what it's worth. :Fish:
1. not concerned with religion: not controlled by a religious body or concerned with religious or spiritual matters
2. not religious: not religious or spiritual in nature
Actually, that's not what secular means.
ok ok. i admit i was quoting from one of crossmovements intermissions...
Examples of secular songs:
"Happy Birthday to you"
"Three Blind Mice"
These are wrong?
The poll is too simplistic to answer and consequently isn't any good. I won't be voting. Try again with a better question, JCH
It's The Devil I Love
... and many more
You're right, the question is too vague. Some secular music is extremely bad. Some secular music isn't so bad at all.
"hell's bells" is bad????
That was our theme song for the Junior High boys lock-in!!!
(Removes tongue from cheek)
Fine, secular music that is extremely bad, do you think it is Ok to listen to?:type:
Well duh, no :laugh:
I'm glad that someone agrees with me on something. LOL :laugh: :laugh: :laugh: