Why Can't I Sing About Love? The Truth About The "Church" Against "Secular" Music by PJ Morton

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Why Can't I Sing About Love deals with the age-old argument of sacred vs. non-sacred music. Many of the doctrines we as Christians are taught have been man-made and not Biblically based. A number of writers, producers, artists and musicians have been shunned from the church for doing music outside of gospel. This book will show that love songs are not only inspired by God, but are in fact Biblical.

About PJ Morton

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PJ Morton is a Grammy, Stellar and Dove award-winning writer and producer who can be cited for writing and producing for a wide array of artists from India.Arie and Musiq Soulchild to Men of Standard and Dewayne Woods. Morton, a native of New Orleans, LA, most often describes his music as %u201Cfeel good music that lyrically tells stories about life and love%u2026music that makes your heart think.%u201D This musical prodigy is indubitably a %u201Ctrue%u201D seasoned musician who has garnered a reputation for writing and producing warm, heart-felt, and infectious songs that engage the heart.
Published July 11, 2009 by Namesake Publishing.
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