Clues for Our Sunday-Night Single
Thu., Oct. 8. 2015 2:02pm EDT
Who will we be spoofing on the singles we plan to release Sunday night? Here are some clues:
The networks seem to love calling the Bible into question. It's so cruel when they interview some crank, call him an expert, and audiences believe his lies without a trace of evidence. Consequently, kids in Generation X, Y, and Z have grown up thinking the Bible is beyond belief and The DaVinci Code and other phony baloney is Gospel. It's up to us to show 'em the right way.
Psalm 139 shows you can't run from God, but many still try to ignore him, and they'll try to ignore you, too, if you go from a being a seeker to a finder. You'd better believe sparks will fly once they decide they've had enough of your preaching. Who are you to tell them what to believe? It's hard (and dangerous) to relay the truth when they join together against you, but trust God to turn it into a success story.
Once the new single is released, we'll announce it on our website, on Facebook, and on Twitter.
We currently have 43 other sets of downloads available for a donation of any size, including our previous release, "Strange Cat, But" and "A Fool Can Sound Intelligent," which features parodies of The Stray Cats and Elvin Bishop.
To get any of these projects, go to http://apologetix.com/store and select the download you want for whatever amount you wish to donate.