Growing up as the son of prominent pastor and gospel artist, Bishop Paul S Morton, PJ has often been judged and questioned about his choice of a non-gospel music career. After years of trying to explain himself in his own words, he sought refuge in God’s Word. Through his studies, it was confirmed that he was doing exactly what God had called him to do.
“Why Can’t I Sing About Love?” deals with the age-old argument of sacred vs. non-sacred music. Many of the doctrines we as Christians are taught have been man-made and not Biblically based. A number of writers, producers, artists, and musicians have been shunned from the church for doing music outside of gospel. This book will show that love songs are not only inspired by God, but are in fact Biblical!
“In a world too often filled with lurid sexual lyrics written by people whose emphasis only embraces the physical. PJ Morton has substituted the far more fulfilling spiritual emphasis on love lyrics, much like the Song of Solomon. He is bringing back the long overdue focus to the love God says a man should have for his wife. The closer we get to real love in our home, the more we understand the God that gives us someone to love.” says Bishop T.D. Jakes.
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