One of the frequent criticims of contemporary Christian music is that it's repititious. I often agree, but when I was listening to Bach's "Kyrie Eleison" from the Mass in B Minor, I was struck by the fact that, in Baroque music, repitition is expected. "Lord, have mercy," sung for three minutes. Messiah, my favorite of all time, consists of constant repitition. And Mozart's final Mass is the same. ("Confutatis Maledictus" is a good one to listen to at work when your co-workers get on your nerves.) Maybe it's not a fault, after all.