I know most Anglicans prefer traditional music during worship over modern ones, but are most Anglicans necessarily against CCM (Contemporary Christian Music)? As a Protestant I grew up with CCM but like many was disenchanted with how pretentious or shallow most of it was. Of course, there are many exceptions, but lately what's left of CCM has been contaminated with liberal theology and the emergent church doctrines. Most 'indie' groups are promoting heresy and sites like BadChristian celebrate Christians who not only teach this, but discourage others from even trying to hold steadfastly in orthodox theology, or strive to become holier people and fight against sin. Too much of the whole "it doesn't matter whether I'm working on being good or not because we're all sinners anyway". This mantra is even being exploited by Christian rock and metal bands to try and seem 'edgy' because they want to overemphasize the fact that we're all wretched sinners saved by grace to cover up the idea of lukewarmness to being holier and more obedient in our lifestyles. U2 also apostasized by promoting gay marriage and abortion to appease the masses. And don't even get me started about Sufjan Stevens! I knew the guy was a fraud and a heretic from the beginning because of his eccentric Episcopal leanings. He was always touted as a 'savior' to Christian music, but it was obvious that he was not orthodox by any means and he certainly gives it away by endorsing LGBT and other liberal, heretical views. That's not to say all contemporary worship music is theologically inept or bad. I know many sincere Protestants and even Catholics of every sort who have been touched by these songs, and my relatives have certainly benefited from them, even if I was not in to the style. My family always despised bad theology or shallowness in what is promoted as 'christian music'. What is your view on it?