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Christian music

Christian music is music that has been written to express either personal or a communal belief regarding Christian life and faith. Common themes of Christian music include praise, worship, penitence, and lament, and its forms vary widely across the world.

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Hillsong United

A big Christian band to come out of Australia is Hillsong United with some of its members pictured here.

Contributed by Darby Oliver

Did you know Petra was one of the hottest Christian Rock bands in 1983?

Contributed by Erin Gagne Cohen

Buried in the Grave- All Sons and Daughters

Contributed by Emma Brittain

Reason to Sing- All Sons and Daughters

Contributed by Emma Brittain

Alive- All Sons and Daughters

Contributed by Emma Brittain

All Sons And Daughters

Contributed by Emma Brittain

This is an amazing song that caught my attention by these two South African artists who call their band The Arrows, as they speak the truth.

Contributed by Alfred Jackalope Mugaburu

While Lights is not a "Christian" artist, this song (Lions) has an awesome message about not giving in to fear!

Contributed by Miriam Kramer

This Chris Tomlin song is my favorite Christian song right now.

Contributed by Brittany Scher

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