Wow! I've just read a review of Mike Orr's Handmade Music Factory on http://www.southerngospelblog.com/archives/14370, and while it's a positive review, I was amazed to read this paragraph:
" This book has much of value to a Christian homeschooling audience, but would require several edits. Two handmade guitars involving bedpans as resonators are given names playing off of words not used in polite company. Each name is mentioned two or three times. There is also a (positive) reference to “mojo,” and a reference to those who make their own instruments as “subversive.”
Each to their own.
I have this book and I think it is great. I think even most Christians would love it, too.
They say a cult is a few less than a minority. I'd proudly say, we're definitely a minority.
JUST DON'T DRINK THE BLUE PUNCH!
Welcome to the cult my friends! Even us dastardly heathens need some place to hang out. Then again, considering the source, it appears to be a case of the pot calling the kettle black. It seems to me that there is a passage in the good book about not judging-lest you be judged. It's a shame that the reviewer missed that sermon! (I'm sure his wife caught it while he and his compeers were outside the church sipping a lil corn squeezings waiting for their womenfolk to fix sunday dinner.
Double Wide Blues!
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