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Our teenage years brought questions, college brought doubt, and we spent the better part of our twenties in therapy, trying to reconcile our understandings of God, sex, relationships, and what we believed to be true. Matthew Paul Turner grew up in a conservative Baptist church, where as he says on page 8,"emotion and honesty were even less compatible than Christian fundamentalism and self-worth. A former independent fundamental Baptist IFB , Turner chronicles his spiritual journey with special attention to the role his love for music played. Not having read this book yet, I somewhat think that quite a few are not sure what turned us off or put a finger on it -this is it as is hard to do. By the time we turned twelve, Michael and I were convinced we knew everything there was to know about God.
Finding the Strength to Come Back - eBook. A Memoir - eBook. Priceless Memories - eBook. A quirky, provocative, hilarious collection from master storyteller Matthew Paul Turner! Exploring moments where spiritual life intersects with music, Turner shares events that forced him out of his comfort zone and opened up new graces along the way.
You'll laugh at how Sandi Patty saved him from insanity, his uncomfortable role as his church's "teen soloist," and his early dream of becoming the Michael Jackson of Christian music. Don't miss Turner's witty and insightful memoir of growing up as a faithful evangelical youth!
Hear No Evil: My Story of Innocence, Music, and the Holy Ghost [Matthew Paul Turner] on bosol.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Every Life Has a. Hear No Evil: My Story of Innocence, Music and the Holy Ghost by Hear No Evil is a collage of stories from Matthew Paul Turner's past.
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Anne Gimenez , Robert Paul Lamb. At times, the book takes aim at the denomination, lamenting the anxiety its moral absolutes produce: Turner calls for honesty from all Christians, begging artists to tap into guarded imaginations and urging churches to be more forgiving when singers step outside the box. Displaying items of Page 4 of 4 Previous 1 2 3 4. This review was written for Hear No Evil: I relived my strict Baptist although not Fundamental upbringing and my ongoing love affair with music through the pages of Matthew Paul Turners Hear No Evil memoir.
With humorous honesty, Turner writes for all the world to see the secret thoughts that most of us dont dare to admit even to ourselves. Every life has a soundtrack; relate to, laugh and cry with Turners. Discover how a kid gets from singing Just As I Am to a degree in the music business.
Be there when Turners mom discovers his first Amy Grant album stashed under the front seat of his car. Hear No Evil had me in stitches from cover to cover.
Never before have I read a non-fiction book straight through in two days the way I read fiction. In many ways, I feel that Matthew and I are long-lost siblings; I understand his longings to break free of musical legalism. My only disappointment was that the last two chapters were not quite as engaging as the rest of the book. Overall, Hear No Evil gets two thumbs up from this musician. I received a review copy for free from WaterBrook Press. Was this review helpful?
YES 0 NO 0. Matthew Paul Turner grew up in a conservative Baptist church, where as he says on page 8,"emotion and honesty were even less compatible than Christian fundamentalism and self-worth.
In his memoir, Hear No Evil, he reveals how God used music and the music business to turn his life on end and to deepen his relationship with the Lord.