Listed in chronological order. Newest comments at the end.
There sure is a lot of energy and joy in it. With such a big fancy church you expect there to be more people there in the congregation though.
Posted by Patty in Ohio, USA on 11/29/12 at 08:34 AM
This, most likely, gets better return on the dollar than, let's say, Shall We Gather at the River
Posted by Expat47 in Athens, Greece on 11/29/12 at 08:56 AM
This slide in the Church began when the Bible was translated to the vernacular. It was just a short step to introducing that devil-begotten rock 'n' roll music. WWJP? Lead guitar?
Posted by KDP in Madill, OK on 11/29/12 at 09:56 AM
It might have been the Germans with that instrument of the devil, guitar, that was first!
Posted by Expat47 in Athens, Greece on 11/29/12 at 10:09 AM
At least they didn't call them INDIANS!
Posted by Tyrusguy on 11/29/12 at 11:15 AM
Am I the only one that sees they are using ASL? Sign Language for the deaf?
Posted by Rusty on 11/29/12 at 04:11 PM
@Rusty - I just saw this and was about to post the same thing. Some of the movements are exaggerated as pronunciations/phrasing is in vocal singing and some are stylized as there are not signs for every single word and fingerspelling them would interrupt the flow of the piece and be too difficult for an audience to see. Many churches and schools have "sign choirs" for deaf people to participate in. They can keep the beat by feeling the vibrations through the floor. The loudest place I ever was was a party with a group of deaf people--they cranked the music - wired through an amp - up to "11" (Spinal Tap anyone?) so they could dance. I couldn't take it for very long.
Posted by ScoutC on 11/29/12 at 05:53 PM
Oh yes! Let's all laugh at how the deaf communicate!
Posted by Sefski in WA on 11/30/12 at 04:12 AM
Not a problem.... We're here to please!
Posted by Expat47 in Athens, Greece on 11/30/12 at 05:14 AM
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