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Truth about Rock: Shattering the Myth of Harmless Music
by Steve Peters
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0764220535, Paperback)Too many parents treat rock music as an innocent part of growing up, leaving teens thinking it doesn't matter what they listen to. Truth About Rock demonstrates how secular music can influence and injure both Christians and nonChristians, documenting the ever-more offensive nature of much of today's music. It reports on the good, bad, and downright rotten as it probes the lifestyles, lyrics, graphics, and goals of the so-called heroes and heroines of rock. Truth About Rock is an encyclopedic account of teens' favorite artists both classic and contemporary and a spiritual handbook to making positive music choices.
Steve Peters is president of Solid Rock Ministries and author of the classic Why Knock Rock? He has talked about rock music on ABC's Nightline, Entertainment Tonight, The 700 Club, and The Sally Jessy Raphael Show.
Mark Littleton is president of Winsun Communications and a popular speaker. He is the author of more than forty books for all ages, including a winner of Campus Life magazine's Book of the Year Award.
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