Perhaps this has been going around church circles for a while, but Rod Dreher flags an instant classic — for those familiar with this style of worship, increasingly popular. It’s a send-up of that wonderfully inspirational, terribly treacly, wannabe-show-stopper, hope-to-be-hip, usually-falling-short style of modern church music known as the praise song.
I think it was Oscar Wilde who said something to the effect that there was more bad taste and true emotion in a cemetery than anywhere else. Except perhaps the American church.
Watch “How to Write a Worship Song (in Five Minutes or less):