I Want Something More - Bad Religion - Loosing My Love - Live 92 (Cassette)

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  • May 20,  · We need more of “God gave you to me and I am doing my best to honor that gift by raising you well.” We need less of “God says to obey me, and you are disobeying God.” Related: Seven Reasons Why Young Adults Quit Church – by Christian Piatt. 2) The parents seem to be afraid of the world, instead of empowered to live in it.
  • Dec 19,  · The Bad Religion Page forum. Discussions about all sorts of Bad Religion related topics. The Bad Religion Page. The BR Page. TheBRPage.
  • The most popular radio stations are on top of the list, and you can find something special for yourself by searching by genre or country. The box on the right-hand side shows the currently broadcast tracks. You can switch between stations simply by clicking on the tracks you want to hear.
  • Jan 17,  · We’re here to live the “great” Christian life, have “great” worship, and feel “great” about ourselves. As one Christian artist put it, we’re interested in something “more like falling in love, than something to believe in.” We’re certainly getting that. This kind of shallow understanding is .
  • Apr 16,  · ""Bad Religion" is superb: sharply critical of the amazing variety of American religious pathologies, but fair; blunt in diagnosis, but just; telling a dark tale, but telling it hopefully. For those trying to understand the last half-century or more of American religion, and to strive for a better future, it is an indispensable book."Reviews:
  • Nov 30,  · Also known as "30th Anniversary Vinyl Box Set", this contains every full-length Bad Religion studio album. Limited to copies, all records on red vinyl. Contains the first authorized reissue of "Into The Unknown" since it's original pressing in and the first vinyl pressing of "Generator" since
  • View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Cassette release of Into The Unknown on Discogs.
  • Directed by Tarsem Singh. With Bill Berry, Peter Buck, Mike Mills, R.E.M.. A series of vignettes from different historical periods and some flights of imagination inter-cut with the band REM performing one of their greatest songs in a small room. The clip for "Losing My Religion" takes an artistic approach gathering elements from Tarkovsky, Caravaggio and Gabriel García Marquez to make his.

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