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Are Christmas Carols too Simplistic for Today's Troubles?

Are Christmas Carols too Simplistic for Today's Troubles?

Russell Moore shares a story of dropping into a local bookstore and overhearing a man talk about why he hated Christmas music. Moore writes:

This guy started by lampooning one pop singer's Christmas album, and I found myself smiling in agreement on how awful it is. But then he went on to say that he hated Christmas music across the board. That's when I started to feel as though I might be in the presence ...

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