Friday, October 10, 2008

Now this is a problem.

I think this speaks for itself.

Come on guys. Come on.

EDIT: I guess I should clarify this one. I work in a CD store, and there's nothing worse than coming across a stack of CDs that thick, sitting around waiting for you to put them away. Evidence suggests that this stack was created by someone perusing the Christian and Gospel section, and typically, only a select group of people tend to do that. I'm sure you see where this is going.


StrangelyNormalSteph said...

It's the big ugly bubble!

I think these people should listen to what C.S. Lewis said about material objects not having souls (and if they don't have souls then they can't surrender those souls to Jesus. Therefore it's impossible for a bunch of CDs to be "Christian CDs".)


Murex Brandaris said...

You know I never thought of that but it'd be a good point to help in tearing down the secular/religious wall. Not completely of course, there are experiences that are uniquely Christian-oriented in nature, and vice versa, but the market is flooded on both sides with shovelmusic due to either their "Christian" or "secular" tags that people place on them in their minds. Bridge the gap, people!

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