Sunday, October 23, 2005Sitting in my car last night, I listened to a show on Alabama Public Radio that plays unique, folksy music. The hosts played a few songs by Sufjan Stevens, an artist who is as open about his eccentricity as he is about his Christianity. Here was public radio playing music that is not preachy but is obvious in its acknowledgement of the Gospel. Christians love to see that the culture isn't clean enough. It's not family-friendly. It's not neat and clean. That may all be true, but if we quiet ourselves, dig deep and look closer, we can find the Truth peeking out from behind the coulds in ways we don't often expect.