13 Songs, 44 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics.
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Ratings and Reviews

3.5 out of 5
282 Ratings

282 Ratings

jopendle ,

Seriously?

King's Kaleidoscope has a pretty solid track record for making music that glorifies God. I think it's a little ridiculous to insinuate that this music isn't Christian. I also think it's very unchristian to presume that these musicians aren't Christians based on the fact that there is explicit content. Where in the Bible does it say that swear words disqualify someone from God's grace? I'm confident that there is a good reason for the "explicit" label and I think that King's Kaleidoscope will do an excellent job bringing glory to God through this album when it's released.

14God ,

I’m struggling...

I’m struggling with the use of profane language on this album. I will not go so far as to question the sincerely held beliefs of the band members. That is not at all my place to judge. That power belongs to God. However, I believe this language is not necessary or respectful to our Creator. Have we gone too far? Have we lost all reverence for Him? I know that we as a culture define what is profane. But God also knows the implications of the word in question. He understands our culture far better than we do (may He forgive us). How does this build up the church? Yes, as believers in Jesus Christ, we have freedom. But, not all things are beneficial, correct? I fail to see how this type of language is beneficial. It is only stirring up controversy and division. I’m a huge fan of KK and was really looking forward to this album, but I’m having trouble putting down my ten bucks for this today.

STM 346 ,

Hope for people who live in a real f*cked up world

This album is taking me to deep places that I usually avoid and most Christians don’t know how to talk about. I’m especially thankful for the Prayer track because this is the world I live in. My life, the lives of my friends, and everything I see around me is f*cked up. I don’t have another word that does justice. Being real about the fear allows Jesus to speak into the depths and reveal his unimaginable power and grace. Thanks, for being unafraid to speak real, guys. It reminds me of the Bible.

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