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Reader for the first time, a majority of Americans — 56 percent — say it is possible to be a good person without a religious belief. So says new Pew Research Center data drawn from two polls conducted among about 5,000 American adults in June and July. “God is not a prerequisite for good values and morality,” Greg Smith, Pew’s associate director of research, said in a post about the findings. ” … [T]he public’s increased rejection of the idea that belief in God is necessary for morality is due, in large part, to the spike in the share of Americans who are religious ‘nones.

Has The Black “Gospel” Music Industry Flatlined?


Well written article we have over here. I feel the exact same way as the writer of this article. My list of Gospel artists has dwindled down to a small remnant. It's a shame how so much is tainted and not of God but yet presented as if it is from God. Great read!

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  1. Can one seperate the artist from their music? Can one appreciate what someone does rather than who they are? I might think Jordan was a JERK but there was no doubting his ability dude could BALL.Some of these artist might suck as individuals but they can BALL when it comes to that music. I support the music not the crazy the do outside the booth just like I love the sinner not their sin.

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  2. YES
    Gospel music has flatlined

    In my thinking, anyone that sings gospel or calls themselves a gospel artist should believe and walk in the ways of the Lord as best they can.

    But what do we have today?

    Atheist, rapist, child abusers, men that beat their wives, homosexuality, and adultery.

    And how does the Christian community respond to them?
    They continue to buy their music
    Support their concerts
    And defend them from people that would question the artist integrity.

    There are no standards anymore (if there ever was) to sing Gospel music.
    Probably why they let Beyoncé sing a gospel song at the Grammys when only a year earlier she sung "drunk in Love" with all its nasty lyrics while wearing next to nothing.

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  3. Sad thing is this truth is not new AND all that was written also applies to so-called preachers.

    It's obvious and I question why so many defend it, accept it, or plain ol' deny it.

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  4. The only way I know u can not financially support an artist u don't personally like but like their music is piracy r yall suggesting that lol

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  5. This was an awesome article, and I agree with it 100%. I really used to enjoy Fred Hammond, but he is moving too close to the world with his appearance and music. Kirk Franklin is out there, Tye Tribbett is out there, Ricky Dillard is out there, I can't digest Mary Mary. We accept Beyonce singing "gospel," and on and on. This is just reflective of the church's condition as a whole. Let's get back to preaching Jesus Christ and practicing holiness.

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