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Body Piercing Saved My Life: Inside the Phenomenon of Christian Rock
Body Piercing Saved My Life is the first in-depth journalistic investigation into a subculture so large that it's erroneous to even call it a subculture: Christian rock. Christian rock culture is boom…
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