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May 23, 2007

The results are in

Here's the final tally for our poll on Christian music:

  • 20.5 percent of you said Christian musicians should stay wholly within the contemporary Christian fold.
  • 16 percent said they should join a mainstream label and play before mainstream audiences.
  • 43.3 percent said they should try to do a little bit of both.
  • 20.1 percent voted for "Other."

I found it interesting that as we were voting on the purpose and role of Christian music, Christian music itself was apparently doing a little soul-searching. As Brewing Culture recently reported, "CCM [Magazine] is finally catching the vision. With the release of their May issue, they are officially changing their definition of Christian music." Click here to read about how "Christian music" is now being defined by the industry as "Christian worldview music," and what that means for its future.

And be sure to vote in our new poll, inspired by the article on selective reduction that we blogged about here and here.

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