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Hieromachy
http://phrontistery.info/fight.html
Fight or quarrel between priests
Stuart Davis

Apocalypse Not

I grew up during the cold war. I was also raised in a fundamentalist Christian family. This combination provided strong values, community, and a crippling fear of Armageddon. I'm not sure exactly when I became convinced the World might end tomorrow, but it could have been around the time my mother told me, "The World might end tomorrow."

I was twelve.

Thanks, USA Today!

The new album is in stores March 25th. In today's issue, USA Today ran a teaser saying the first single Already Free "shimmers with pop savvy." -Elysa Gardner / USA Today

Glee
http://www.answers.com/glee
Lively joy, gaiety, merriment.
Shawn Mullins

Top 20 Spiritual Pop Songs

My top twenty fav spiritual pop songs as of today:

20. King Of Pain / Police

Favorite Lines:

There's a king on a throne with his eyes torn out
There's a blind man looking for a shadow of doubt
There's a rich man sleeping on a golden bed
There's a skeleton choking on a crust of bread

19. One Of Us / Joan Osborne

Favorite Lines:

Mystagogue
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mystagogue
One who initiates or counsels others in mystical matters

¿What

What's what is
we're gonna make a million
A million what?
A million what?

What's more,
we're to do it for the children
The children's what?
The children's what?

¿What lit up
the lamps and candles
till the sparks were
scattered in the sky

Is it ¿What we can feel
in the beat of an open heart?
or ¿What we leave
buried in a question mark?

¿What is kicking
at the bottom of a casket
I wanna save It
but I'm too afraid to touch It

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Davis’s music subtly sneaks religious dialogue into popular culture. Most surprisingly, the music is damn good. (Critics, you can sigh with relief.)

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