What does the American Family Assocation say about ApologetiX?
ApologetiX was the subject of a feature article in the February 2005 issue of the AFA Journal, a monthly publication of the American Family Association.
Titled "Group Parodies Lyrics to Reach Lost, Inspire Believers," the article was written by Ed Vitagliano, news editor for the AFA Journal.
Here's an excerpt:
"Most of the songs are a dead-on imitation of the original recordings. But the lyrics are the most captivating thing about the ApologetiX approach. Most of the songs are extremely clever, like 'Bethlehemian Rhapsody,' a funny David-versus-Goliath take on 'Bohemian Rhapsody,' a rock classic by the group Queen.
"The songs are also sometimes quite inspiring, such as the uplifting message in 'You Ain't Been Nothing Yet,' a song about Moses, based on the Bachman-Turner Overdrive early 70s classic, 'You Ain't Seen Nothing Yet.'"
The article was reprinted courtesy of AgapePress in March 2003 on crosswalk.com.
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