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90’s Christian Underground Music and Catholicism – Episode 12

September 15, 2022 No Comments

For those who were a part of it, the Christian music underground in the 1990’s and 2000’s was hugely formative. It was a hotbed of creative musical expression, but it was also an intense marketplace of ideas. As a result, through Tooth and Nail Records, Cornerstone Festival, and a number of other venues, it changed the lives of countless Christian kids.

Matt Swaim, Keith Nester, and Keith Little, who were all Evangelical Christians immersed in that world, share their favorite memories of it, and reflect on why so many of those who were a part of it have deconstructed into agnosticism or atheism, and why the three of them, as a direct result of their experience in that music scene, ended up in the Catholic Church.

Keith Little’s channel

Keith Nester’s site

Keith Nester’s channel

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