« Last post by LexKnight on Yesterday at 07:44:46 PM »
It's really 2 extremes here.
On one side is the idea that God only accepts old religious hymns, like they're holy or something. On the other is corporations turning "praise" into a marketing and product. One is religious, the other is, well, on par with someone selling love for money.
Music adapt, it just does. We're musical creatures too, it doesn't take much to figure that out. I'm of the 2000s rocker generation myself, and a bit above amateur with a guitar (hope to get into bass soon), and if I were to play for him, I would on my electric. Would even make a song for him, or for my brothers. Wouldn't market it, though, wouldn't be right.
You really expect the Lord to be so uber-religious that anything not an old hymn is unacceptable and heretical with him? You really think praise comes from just the mouth and music?