February 22, 2002
Christian rock used to be an oxymoron. Today, it's a genre with a sizable following. However, dissenters are still bound. Once called "the devil's music", rock music spread like the Disciples' teachings. Hedonism was the principle subject fueling the music while Christianity sought to deliver unto salvation those sinners. Idle hands were once the devil's tools but rock's post-Aquarius transformation into gloom must've invoked the witch-hunts. However, to use a devil's tool for holy endeavors could draw a flock back. Only choral, gospel, and inspirational music held that music spot. Today, the oxymoronic "Christian rock" preaches and reaches its disciples.