Amy Grant revelations
Those who regularly visit Chrisendom will know that I don’t always reserve criticism. In fact, one or two of my readers have made it abundantly clear that they don’t like it. I.e. they get arsy with me.
Cos today, - I just couldn’t resist this one – I had to draw attention to a webpage brought to my attention recently by our friend Todd Vick.
Any of you ever heard of Amy Grant?
You know, that fine Christian lady who writes Christian rock music. Even my wife likes some of her stuff (I’ve already made mentioned here before about my Christian rock music allergy – its medical).
But the blessed brothers on Dial-the-Truth Ministries think differently about Amy, indeed all Christian rock music.
Impressively mustering evidence for a nice dash of Amy-bashing, they reason:
“On , Amy's video, That's What Love Is For Amy is dressed in a red robe, (used in witchcraft rituals) flashing on the palms of her hands, a six-pointed-star — A HEXAGRAM! … The word hex which means to place a curse on someone, originated from this sign." And the primary point of contact in the transmission of spirits — is the hand!”Well dear Amy, if you’re silly enough to be caught wearing a ...
*dum dum dum dum*
... red dress - expect the flak.
Come to think of it, don’t Roman Catholic Cardinals have a soft spot for red dresses?
That explains that dress-code mystery, then.
Apart from that, and here I’m adding to the arsenal of evidence cited by Dial-the-Truth Ministries, if you look real close at her name, it will become evident that one can reshuffle the letters and make such words as ‘May’, ‘Gramy’ and even ... ‘GAY’! Proof enough! Case closed!
Oh yes, among others, DC Talk, Michael Card and Michael W. Smith also get a broadside.
I’m sure that the writers of this webpage will be pleased to hear of my Christian rock music allergy (its medical – I come out in rashes).