Pragmatic Compendium

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contemporary [kuhn-tem-puh-rer-ee] -adjective: of the present time; modern

Proof that song selection is NOT the only defining characteristic of “contemporary Christian music.”

I couldn’t make it through the first time – and this is the SHORT version. Just the highlights. FavoriteSon watched the entire thing, cracking up and he sucked me in.

beyond horrible.

WHY would anyone do this? why? Why? WHY?

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October 23, 2011 - Posted by | christian living, laugh!, music, status updates, youtube | , , , , ,


  1. Oh, wow. Um. Terrible.. lol. Funny, but terrible.

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    Comment by jessirae76 | October 23, 2011 | Reply

  2. I only made it through 58 seconds. Icky Bad.

    Tina – then you missed “Hammertime” and “Dontcha wish your girlfriend was hot like me.” Thankfully, they were trying to make a point and didn’t actually do this because they thought it was good. Sometimes people can go to far in an effort to make a point. Here’s the “more info” on the video:

    “This was the opening video for our Student Fall Retreat called “You’ve Got Talent.” Everyone is asking what inspired this. Here is goes… 1) We needed a great opening video that caught everyone off guard, and set the the tone for the weekend. 2) With this idea in mind, we thought we could use this video as a great object lesson about media choices (kinda creepy hearing your grandparents sing some of this), and 3) this has been a GREAT transgenerational culture experiment. It has totally bridged a gap with our Senior adults and our students. Hope you enjoy!”

    by JSM

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    Comment by multiplemom | October 24, 2011 | Reply

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