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Thread: www.energyglass.net is on the air ...
kevinf

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www.energyglass.net is on the air ... 07-03-2003 16:16 Forum: General Discussion


Just wanted to pass along the news that www.energyglass.net is live (in limited form, anyway), so go and check it out. Don't know what the heck "energyglass" is? Well, then, all the more reason to go check it out ...
Thread: DAconomics
kevinf

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05-19-2003 16:47 Forum: General Discussion


See ... this was me ...
Thread: Derri's e.p.
kevinf

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Views: 9,485
10-30-2002 09:11 Forum: General Discussion


quote:
Originally posted by baxter
OK, once the kids have more clothes and there is a huge block of cheese in the fridge.


No! All of Lo-Fidelity's merchandise features a 100% weather-resistant polyester shell and 100% cotton lining. It's also edible, providing more nutritional value than the average cow.

Don't mean to sound like I'm trying to advertise ... well, technically I guess that's exactly what I'm doing. Anyway, I'm just saying we don't want this to go away: support, support, support! Spread the word!
Thread: Derri's e.p.
kevinf

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Views: 9,485
Derri's e.p. 10-29-2002 17:09 Forum: General Discussion


Just wanted to encourage everybody, if you haven't already, to pick up Derri Daugherty's new e.p. from Lo-Fidelity.com. Jeff is doing a good thing by giving us access to music from artists we love to hear, and by supporting his label, you're supporting his efforts. Please spread the word. I've posted this everywhere I think interested people would read it, but it keeps disappearing from the Choir board for some reason.
Thread: ten songs...
kevinf

Replies: 39
Views: 18,208
07-23-2002 11:01 Forum: General Discussion


quote:
Originally posted by Author of the Post
quote:
Originally posted by Dr. Sticky
quote:
Originally posted by kevinf
Not to put too fine a point on it,


say i'm the only bee in your bonnett


Make a little birdhouse in your soul!

-- TAotP


You knuckleheads! Sheesh!
Thread: ten songs...
kevinf

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Views: 18,208
ten songs 07-23-2002 09:56 Forum: General Discussion


BTW, the reissue was remastered. Not to put too fine a point on it, how does it sound?
Thread: 10 Songs re-release at Cornerstone!!!
kevinf

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Views: 17,355
07-18-2002 15:10 Forum: General Discussion


quote:
Originally posted by Joey T.
In a new world of time is available at ChristianDiscs.com for 15.99. It's not as good as the others, but if you want it, there it is. Pleased


It's worth getting for the Howard Finster cover art alone.
Thread: 10 Songs re-release at Cornerstone!!!
kevinf

Replies: 21
Views: 17,355
Adam Again discography (off the top of my head) 07-18-2002 12:41 Forum: General Discussion


quote:
Originally posted by Author of the Post
How many albums did Adam Again do? I ordered two Adam Again CDs off BMG, one is a double CD (Homeboys/Digs), the other is Worldwide Favorites. I picked up the Cornerstone Tribute at the Lost Dogs concert in St. Louis. 10 Songs is on order. How many more to I need to get to have them all?

-- The Author of the Post


Here you go -- hopefully I won't forget anything:

In a New World of Time
Ten Songs by Adam Again
Homeboys
Dig
Perfecta
Worldwide Favorites
Thread: Adam Again 10 Songs
kevinf

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Adam Again 10 Songs 07-15-2002 16:03 Forum: General Discussion


HELP!!! People, please help out here: There are people who are actually now selling the re-release of "10 Songs" on E-bay. The bids are actually up to $50. Please, please, PLEASE spread the word that the CDs are still available directly from lo-fidelity records (www.lo-fidelity.com) for $20 or so. You can also get them here at the Daniel Amos web store for same. Please let anyone you know who might be interested in 10 Songs know that NOBODY needs to pay $30 or $40 for a CD that is still readily available. This version has been completely remastered (trust me) and includes a very cool bonus track. This was an extremely difficult (and expensive) thing to get done, and rest assured that the money coming in is going to recoup costs and hopefully pave the way toward future cool releases. This has been such a sought-after item all these years, and the last thing we need is for people to needlessly capitalize on that.
Thread: Curious
kevinf

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CCM etc. 07-03-2002 16:56 Forum: General Discussion


I have to jump in here. The disdain you see for CCM is probably a little exaggerated, but at least for my part, heartfelt. Here's why.

The division of the world into "secular" and "Christian" is a recent phenomenon. While we have been admonished to set our minds on things above, the just, the pure, the lovely things, etc., I do not believe that this necessitates segregating things like art, music, poetry into Christian and non-Christian categories anymore than it makes sense to try to classify chickens and cars as Christian and non-Christian. Granted, chickens and cars don't "say" things like art, music, poetry and movies, but bear with me. Art is good, or art is bad; it speaks truth, or it does not; it is beautiful, or it is ugly. It isn't "Christian" or "not-Christian." Only a person can be a Christian or not a Christian. At one time, CCM was an embattled voice trying to be heard above the din, trying to have its viewpoint taken seriously in the marketplace of ideas. Somewhere along the line, it became an excuse to feed dumbed-down drivel to the masses just like NSYNC does, just another segment of the market. Christendom, and particularly American Christendom does not need another excuse to stop thinking, stop working to understand, stop interacting with the very difficult, tough, dirty, filthy, different (or any other adjective) ideas that are flowing around out there. We do not need to be further encouraged to turn inward. We need to turn outward, and yes, sometimes people who are not Christian say and do very true, beautiful, right things. In the same way, sometimes people who are Christian do very untrue, ugly, wrong, insipid, boring things. And vice versa.
Thread: Bruce Cockburn's Site
kevinf

Replies: 42
Views: 24,150
05-01-2002 11:31 Forum: General Discussion


K9, yes we do indeed agree. I wonder sometimes how many people are kept away from being openly pro-life by the pro-life advocates themselves. Hey, same thing goes for Christianity, now that I think about it!
Thread: Bruce Cockburn's Site
kevinf

Replies: 42
Views: 24,150
05-01-2002 09:28 Forum: General Discussion


quote:
Originally posted by Lost Canine
Hey KevinF,
Nice to see you too! Let me comment on my "choice" posting. I am the first one to say that I am all for life. I am against abortion, although I am one of those persons that says there may be extreme cases to "justify." My point was this, God has given humans the power to make choices. That doesn't make the choices that humans make the right, moral choices. Having a law that makes it a "right, moral" choice still does not make it a "right, moral" choice. Now someone can make the choice to kill me. That is not a right, moral choice (in spite of what some of you think), but it's a choice, and God allows for choice in His world. There are consequences of our choices, not only here in this life, but also in the eternal realm. I find the first murder in the Bible very interesting. Cain kills his brother, murder, simple as that. However, not only is Cain allowed to live, but a protective mark is placed upon him by God. Now I'll never understand this God I serve, even though I've been ordained and all of that crap. This God still offers grace to His humans, even when our choices suck and affect others. All this rambling to say this, I think God allows choice, even immoral choices. Do I think abortion is a wrong, immoral choice? Yes, I do. Yet somehow in the midst of it all, I want to be His salt & light to all factions of people. I'm still working on that.
LK-9


Hi all. (I do lurk around, but the time to jump in is so limited it takes something like this to force my hand!)

K9, I understand what you're saying, but can't we agree that people would choose to get abortions whether they were sanctioned by law or not? Then why should that be legal when people can still choose to break the law? We certainly can't legislate the ability to choose to do wrong, but we can surely make something illegal. Murder is illegal -- should we legalize it simply because people can choose to murder? I don't know if this is your argument per se, or if you're just trying to explain the position of those who are pro-choice.

I can choose to do anything I want, regardless of any law on the books. The law says I can't steal, I can choose to steal. The law says I can't have sex with children, I can choose to have sex with children. The law says a lot of things -- all of which I can choose to do regardless of what the law says. On that basis would Bruce Cockburn say we should then do away with laws? I'm guessing no: he probably sees abortion as the lesser of two evils -- preventing bringing children who are unwanted or unloved into the world, and furthering the (supposed) burden on our planet's resources. (Either that or he doesn't believe these unborn babies are actually babies, which I doubt.) That's very pragmatic, but is it right?
Thread: Bruce Cockburn's Site
kevinf

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Views: 24,150
04-30-2002 14:20 Forum: General Discussion


quote:
Originally posted by Lost Canine
Jim,
Even though "choice" isn't alway the right thing, it is what God has allowed all of us to make in our lives. I remember reading somewhere that Mr. Cockburn states that he is not in favor of abortion, but he is in favor of honoring choice. Now with choice often comes consequence. That is for an entirely different thread though.



Sounds great on paper, until someone chooses to kill you. Would you really want to legislate someone's moral right to choose to kill you? Yeah, I didn't think so. My moral freedom to choose to do something really bad is one thing: passing and defending a law that helps me to do something really bad is something else entirely. Either you think unborn babies are living human beings that are killed when they're aborted, or you think they're mindless/spiritless globs of goop that are no different than a kidney. And frankly, if you believe the latter you need to catch up on your Discovery channel viewing. And this is all before even thinking of bringing God and any kind of moral responsibility into the picture. Sorry, but attempts to reconcile any kind of pro-choice ethic with Christianity are just bullgrey poop'on plain and simple.

Oh, not that whoever did the Bruce Cockburn site thing isn't a sick bastard. I'm convinced the reason the country isn't overwhelmingly pro-life is because of the rampant, embarrassing stupidity run amuck among pro-lifers.
Thread: Bruce Cockburn's Site
kevinf

Replies: 42
Views: 24,150
04-30-2002 14:17 Forum: General Discussion


Sorry -- double-posted somehow.
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