The B/S Show: Episode 11 – The Songs We Sing

It’s our 11th Episode Extravaganza!  And guess what else?  Scott Pilgrim vs The World came out on home video today… double Extravaganza!  How do we celebrate both these milestones?  We talk about our current favourite songs that we are singing at church.

Nice and subdued, that’s how we like it.


6 Comments Add yours

  1. Deanna says:

    Shouldn’t Kate have been ‘K’?
    Just sayin’

    1. Deanna says:

      this is embarrassing
      disregard my comment.
      pretty sure i just gave her name away as upon re-listening, i discovered that you did, in fact, only say K.
      Sorry K.

  2. Deb Froese says:

    Great show guys.

  3. Jen says:

    In the spirit of pandering to your egos, I will comment.

    Long time listener, first time caller. That’s a lie, this is the first one I listened to. I listened because my current church recently introduced “Trading My Sorrows” to the congregation as a NEW SONG. I almost cried. So I wanted to know what people in 2010 were singing these days… Anyway. Your discussion of which song would work at which church and why or why not got me thinking about how evangelical Christians, at least north of the border, no longer define themselves by theology/denomination but by worship style. Is this a good thing or a bad thing? Is this how communities of believers should be defined and organized? Do people even know what the person in the pew behind them believes? Does it matter? Should we pick a church based on the worship? Does the worship style ever/often/never reflect the creed/statement of beliefs of their particular church. Should it? Can it? I have no clue. But I wouldn’t mind hearing someone ramble on about this topic at some point. I don’t know if it’s a good enough topic to fill a whole scintillating episode of the B/S Show but maybe you could start a Q&A section to your show and answer it there or something.

    1. shawnbaran says:

      Hey Jen,

      I’m sorry to hear about Trading My Sorrows. Your question is a great one and has inspired many thoughts and counter-thoughts and internal arguments within me. Needless to say a response would be too great for this comment section (both in length and quality 😉 ). Expect a very rambling response to this in the near future.


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