The Pluralistic nature of contemporary Christianity music

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The Pluralistic nature of contemporary Christianity music





Christianity has over the years been defined by religiously pluralistic movements. These changes have occurred as some beliefs and practices that are not traditionally accepted coopted into Christian practices.  These issues are manifest in contemporary Christianity music.

Contemporary Christianity music allows musical rhythms of modern contemporary society. Evangelical churches have adopted gospel music of hip hop and rap genre. In the past, such genres were viewed as ungodly and block man’s pathway salvation.  The evangelical churches also allow modern dances in the church, unlike before. Such music made Amy Grant and Phil Keaggy very popular artists.  Praise and worship sessions have been adopted by such churches as one way to draw the youth to the church and let them express their faiths through music and dances. This made the song, ‘I Can Only Imagine’ by MercyMe to become a hit praise and worship song.

Pluralistic nature of contemporary Christianity is manifested through drama. Dra.............

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