“The reason these groups — including Lauren Daigle — topped the “Christian” music charts in 2019 isn’t that this music is actually Christian, it’s that it is pleasing to the world. When you fill music with sound doctrine and God-honoring reverent lyrics, it simply isn’t going to get the votes.”
(Jeff Maples – Reformation Charlotte) When the world is what you act like, then the world is what you will get….
You may remember from about this time last year when Lauren Daigle — the “Christian” worship artist who says she no longer identifies as a Christian musician — told lesbian talk show host, Ellen DeGeneres, that she couldn’t say for sure one way or the other if homosexuality is a sin.
It wasn’t long before she won multiple Dove awards, the most prestigious Christian music awards that are essentially the Christian version of the Grammys. It should come as no surprise then that Daigle dominated the Christian music charts for 2019.