The Phantom Tollbooth
Music and more from a Christian perspective
Slow down, and have your change ready
In these evil days of ever-increasing ear tickling, Smith, Leslie and DeBruym are among the voices desirous of keeping the remnant alert.
The Western Church seems to be content with thriving on poor art and second rate propaganda--if you don't believe me listen to K-Love or go see any of the "God Is Not Dead" films. The Eastern Orthodox Church, on the other hand, is concerned about honoring God through the creation and dissemination of great art and literature, making Doxacon a perfect fit.
In a world where the corporate music factory is killing talent and creativity, you could argue that Duke Special is a model for how musicians should work in the 21st century.
With eyeliner defining his eyes and his head part-shaven and part-dreadlocked, he doesn’t need a global marketing machine to give him an image. Character and talent are the twin traits that get him business.
Keeping Rock & Soul Gospel fresh, streaming it live. Grandfather Rock answers 15 Tollbooth questions.
"A vehicle by which to introduce non-Hillsongers (Hillsingers?) to the church's rampant aberrance" or reasonably riveting viewing? Author Jaime Lee Rake uses this movie release to delve deep into the questionable side of a "worldwide worship" phenomenon and arrives at some incisive conclusions.