Yeah it's your own choice, don't like it = don't listen to it. I'm not Christian, I'm against all mass religions as I believe religion is a private issue and everyone should create their own religion by learning from life and other people and incorporating the beliefs you like and cherish onto your OWN PERSONAL religion, and not force yourself into a mould created by others. Despite this fact I sing lots and lots of classical music with Christian lyrics and enjoy it too, because it is ART. I might as well be singing about the death of Balder as the death of Jesus, as long as the music and lyrics correlate with each other in a symbiosis to create quality art, such as Franz Liszt's Via Crucis or Frank Martin's Mass for double choir. Same goes for anti-Christian art, like black metal. When I'm performing Christian music I don't see myself preaching for it, I see myself creating art. If someone in the audience becomes "more Christian" because of this, I couldn't care less. It's his/her life and religion, not mine. One thing is certain, though; when I compose music and lyrics of my own - they represent my own views, so no Christian or Islam texts there...but when performing someone else's lyrics - no problem, as long as I do it for the art and not the religion. The Bible is for me the same as Lord of the Rings: a fairytale from which you can learn valuable life lessons, just pick and choose...and chew before you swallow. I don't know how Mike feels about this or if he's given any serious thought to these kinds of things, but I sure as hell don't care that much.