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CD in Stock, ApX Still Struggling
July 5, 2019, 1:36 pm EDT
ApologetiX Fan Club Newsletter goes out to 61,873 subscribers.

In This Issue:

We Need Help >>

A Dozen Reasons to Carry On >>

New CD in Stock: BOGO >>

Clues for Our Next Single >>

Bible-Reading Update: Learn Some Deuteronomy >>

Multiple MP3s, 1 Donation >>

New USB Include New CD >>

How to Donate to ApX >>

Tell Us About You.

Help us pick new songs to parody and cities to tour in by telling us about you. At least your zipcode and date of birth. (We won't tell anyone.)

Tell us about you >>

Photos from the Road

We try to take as many pictures of our concerts and fans as possible, and we have a bunch from our concert in Gahanna, OH on Sat., Nov 12.

See the photos from Gahanna, OH and other concerts.

Come to the Show
Nov. 30, 1999 at 12:00 am
info, tix, directions >>

Were You There?

Fans love to look up the photos on our website, and email them around. These are the ten most recent concerts that we have no photos from. Pick any concert you have photos for and please upload them.

1. Pittsburgh, PA  03.28.15
2. Barrington, RI  10.18.14
3. Harleysville, PA  10.17.14
4. Chesaning, MI  07.10.10

Upcoming Fan Birthdays

Happy birthday to all our fans and friends who are celebrating a birthday in the coming week including these 244 fans:

07.05Zac B. - GA
07.05Daniel M. - United Kingdom
07.05Curt T. - TX
07.05Jason G. - WI
07.05Timothy F. - CA
07.05Ralph M. - HI
07.05Bert B. - TX
07.05Carrie J. - CA
07.05Keli M. - MI
07.05Lacyee B. - WI
07.05Don H. - OR
07.05Joshua B. - OH
07.05Keli M. - MI
07.05Curt T. - TX
07.05Graham H. - PA
07.05Andrea H. - United Kingdom
07.05Jonathan N. - WA
07.05Mervi B. - Finland
07.05Andrew W. - Saskatchewan
07.05Matthew S. - ID
07.05Michael B. - IN
07.05Trish H. - TX
07.05Barbara F. - PA
07.05Mimi P. - FL
07.05Mary C. - MI
07.05Jonathan & Jessica K K. - mo
07.05Curt T. - TX
07.05Mandy T. - WA
07.05Jared W. - PA
07.05Mimi P. - FL
07.05Curt T. - TX
07.06David M. - MO
07.06Vera W. - GA
07.06Burton C. - OH
07.06Carla T. - NY
07.06Felicio S. - Brazil
07.06David T. - IA
07.06Don L. - IA
07.06Travis N. - ID
07.06Jacob T. - MI
07.06Zara A. - New Zealand
07.06Jeff H. - KY
07.06Daniel G. P. - MD
07.06Thomas M. - WI
07.06Matthew M. - MI
07.06Scott H. - PA
07.06Chuck B. - MN
07.06Jessica J. - IL
07.06David G. - FL
07.06Aimee F. - MO
07.06Mary C. - Australia
07.06Chelmsford G. - PA
07.06Jeremy T. - FL
07.06Sarah P. - PA
07.06Russ And Toni B. - WV
07.06James G. - TX
07.06Autie R. - AR
07.07Linda M. - MO
07.07Franco P. - WV
07.07Ethan W. - New Zealand
07.07Carrie R. - TX
07.07Gideon F. - OR
07.07Steve E. - MI
07.07Mark C. - CA
07.07Heather K. - WV
07.07Eric P. - AZ
07.07Henry B. - TN
07.07Caryn D.
07.07Alicia H. - PA
07.07Bridget B. - WA
07.07Lee M. - WV
07.07Christian N. - FL
07.07Shelley M. - ME
07.07Maranatha M. - WY
07.07John P. - Philippines
07.07Jorge O. - Venezuela
07.07Robert B. - AZ
07.07Tyler G. - PA
07.07Tyler G. - PA
07.07Josh B. - NC
07.07David K. - WI
07.07Melissa K. - OH
07.07William H. - KY
07.07Donna K. - AL
07.07Anna M. - MO
07.07Heather E. - MN
07.07Benjamin H. - ID
07.07Brent L.
07.07Sarah B. - CT
07.07Tom W. - MN
07.07Michael W. - CA
07.07Teresa B. - TN
07.07Heather E. - MN
07.07Joel B. - LA
07.07Chantelle G. - Australia
07.07Jamie S. - WA
07.07Monique V. - New Zealand
07.07Monica M. - TX
07.07Jon H. - TX
07.07Rick W. - NH
07.08Jacqui W. - CA
07.08Shari M. - MI
07.08Sharon B. - AZ
07.08Jodi Lea P. - IN
07.08Eric M. - CA
07.08Jennifer M. - ME
07.08Sarah M. - United Kingdom
07.08Rene C. - Guatemala
07.08Sharelle E. - AK
07.08Todd P. - IL
07.08Jack C. - TX
07.08Bob H. - FL
07.08Teresa W. - TX
07.08Benjamin S. - NC
07.08Joel C. - Philippines
07.08Robert M. - CA
07.08Mark S. - OH
07.08Erica R. - MI
07.08Eric M. - CA
07.08Chad K. - PA
07.08Joe G. - TX
07.08Douglas G. - MD
07.08Sharon B. - AZ
07.08Kathryn S. - WA
07.08Wilson M. - DE
07.08Jeff M. - Canada
07.08Zack K. - MD
07.08Michael B. - PA
07.08Dylan G. - VA
07.08Jake G. - MN
07.08Angelica W. - OH
07.08John P. - OK
07.08Letha M. - PA
07.09Ben R. - WI
07.09Chuck P. - OH
07.09Chris V. - PA
07.09Cheri B. - OH
07.09Larry D. - OH
07.09Elaine T. - Canada
07.09Tyler B. - KY
07.09Jerry E. - TX
07.09Pablo R. - IA
07.09Chris P. - MO
07.09Naomi R. - Netherlands
07.09Henry F. - Peru
07.09Maurya P. - KS
07.09Shannon F. - PA
07.09Larry D. - OH
07.09Jewell T. - WI
07.09Dow P. - PA
07.09Chelsea W. - SC
07.09Scott M. - OH
07.09Kevin R. - IA
07.09Jordan B. - Australia
07.09Jessica A. - FL
07.09Zachary M. - MI
07.09Scott M. - OH
07.09Rex H. - ND
07.09Caty M. - AK
07.09Eleanor P. - UT
07.09Joni S. - AL
07.09Christopher H. - MN
07.09William S. - MI
07.09Robert L. - FL
07.09Sam G. - IL
07.09Henry F. - CO
07.09Steven W. - NE
07.09Steven R. - OH
07.10Kevin S. - Belgium
07.10Theresa N. - OH
07.10Timothy J. - FL
07.10Amos C. - AZ
07.10Kenneth P. - CA
07.10Dallas P. - TN
07.10Amanda K. - IN
07.10Sarah H. - OR
07.10Matthew C. - IL
07.10Steve K. - KS
07.10Keith S. - PA
07.10Keith And Misty S. - GA
07.10Enrique F. - Argentina
07.10Shari L. - NM
07.10Misty S. - GA
07.10Timothy J. - FL
07.10Steve L. - IN
07.10Brittaney H. - AL
07.10Jeremy K. - FL
07.10Katie W. - WV
07.10Roger E D. - CA
07.10Amy B. - TX
07.10Norma F. - MD
07.10Ronald Q. - Bolivia
07.10Christian P. - TN
07.10Kaycee H. - TX
07.10Rhonda S. - OH
07.10Drew C. - PA
07.10Steve A. - PA
07.11Terrie C. - FL
07.11James F F. - NC
07.11Donald A. - OH
07.11Travis M. - IN
07.11Trevor W. - AR
07.11Fred L. - VA
07.11Daniel K. - MI
07.11Ginger S. - NC
07.11Rein R. - PA
07.11Timothy C. - KS
07.11Elisabeth B. - PA
07.11Michelle M. - WI
07.11Dustin S. - TN
07.11Anne A. - PA
07.11Terrie C. - FL
07.11Terry W. - OR
07.11Jenn F. - Canada
07.11Robert H. - FL
07.11Katherine L. - FL
07.11Fiona M.
07.11Michael G. - CO
07.11Buford D. - IN
07.11Pat L.
07.11Peter S. - VA
07.11Ralph B. - OH
07.11Don M. - AL
07.11Danette K. - IL
07.11Dustin S. - TN
07.11Joshua J. - WI
07.11Andrew T. - TN
07.11Jared D. - OR
07.11Donald A. - OH
07.11Laura T. - MI
07.11Dr. Ronald E. B. - OH
07.11Donna D. - OH
07.11Mark M. - IL
07.11Laura C. - WV
07.11April S. - CA
07.11Donald A. - OH
07.11Dustin S. - TN
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Wanna Help the Band?

We're often asked if we accept donations. Yes we do. Like other ministries, we have many expenses. Although the donations aren't tax deductible, they are immediately put to good use. If you'd like to donate, thanks.

J. Jackson, lead singer and lyricist for ApologetiX here.

I saw a bumper sticker this morning that said "Yay! Adventure!" I confess that those aren't two words I usually use in the same breath. Yeah, I know Steven Curtis Chapman would be ashamed of me.

I had to send out an appeal letter earlier this week. That's always an adventure, but I never say "Yay!" when I have to write or send one.

Many newsletter readers didn't receive that and others have been on vacation, so I'm including it below this preamble. When I send standalone letters, I don't have much space, so I wanted to add the following here:

There are many reasons we press on in ApX despite frequent financial crunches. One reason is because we feel God has called us to this ministry and hasn't told us to quit. A second reason is because He keeps giving us new ideas for parodies.

A third reason is because we feel we are currently producing some of our finest work, and we can't wait for you to hear what's still in the pipeline. A fourth reason is because God always seems to provide what we need when we make our needs known to Him and to His people.

After you read the appeal letter below, you'll see another article with a dozen more reasons sent to us in the past month or so from fans in 10 states. And New Zealand. Rather than make it a quick read, we allowed people to elaborate, and so you'll find a dozen long-stemmed reasons.

We Need Help but There's Strength in the Struggle
July 1, 2019, 11:11 pm EDT

J. Jackson, lead singer and lyricist for ApologetiX here.

I was catching up with a childhood friend via email last week when he asked the following: "How's ApologetiX? Still struggling?" Ugh! I forget that some of my old friends get our newsletters till times like that.

"Well," I replied, "'struggling' is a relative term. I know ApX is never going to make a lot of money, but we do get to reach a lot of people. God takes care of the bills. I just have to make our needs known periodically."

Ironically, my friend asked that question just as it was becoming apparent I'd need to send out another appeal letter. Yes, it's July 1 and we're now at the halfway point of the year, but I don't follow a schedule; I only send them when I need to.

I need to now because ApX once again has some large (and other-sized) bills due (and overdue). And the band is a couple months behind in paying me, so my family has the same situation with bills as the band.

Our last single was late (mixer had migraines, then webmaster had stomach flu), our new CD is running a week later than expected (unusual backlog on the manufacturer's end), and we had a three-week gap between singles about a month ago.

Meanwhile, lyrics are coming fast and furious, and I can't wait for you to hear our next single, with one song about youth groups and the other about God's admonition to the Israelites and to Church not to conform to the world around them.

So I've spent the last week praying about this appeal letter and trying to delay it till now. While praying this weekend, I felt led to start it with that question from my friend. Then, while praying more this morning, two Bible verses about "struggling" came to mind:

After Jacob famously wrestled with God, He was told "Your name will no longer be Jacob, but Israel, because you have STRUGGLED with God and with humans and have overcome" (Genesis 32:28).

In another famous passage, Paul says, "For our STRUGGLE is not against flesh and blood, but against the rulers, against the authorities, against the powers of this dark world and against the spiritual forces of evil in the heavenly realms" (Ephesians 6:12).

So "struggling" isn't necessarily bad, as long as God is involved. And we try to make sure God is involved in everything we do in ApologetiX. If you'd like to be involved, too, any of these things will help:

1. Pray (still the most important thing)
2. Get our new CD: http://apologetix.com/news/news-details.php?news_id=3847
3. Get singles, CDs, DVDs, etc. at http://apologetix.com/store
4. Get our USBs at http://apologetix.com/store/store.php#USB
5. Give online at http://apologetix.com/store/store-donate.php
6. Give by mail: ApologetiX, 208 Charlemma Dr., Pittsburgh PA 15214

Donations aren't tax deductible. Please only give if you feel led and are able. Thank you!

A Dozen Long-Stemmed Reasons to Carry On
July 5, 2019, 12:21 pm EDT

In the preamble, we discussed some of the reasons we keep doing what we do. But there are many more. Here are a dozen long-stemmed reasons sent to us in the past month or so from fans in 10 states … and New Zealand. If you take the time to read them, we think you'll see why we feel compelled to carry on :

I am so glad God brought ApologetiX into my life. You guys have gotten me through some rough patches. Thank you very much.

Chad Burris
Indianapolis IN

I really appreciate your music and the meaningful lyrics. I am a delivery driver and I have your music on for my entire run and have already passed on some of your CDs to my clients. The ones I have really enjoyed the music and messages.

Andy Broome
Levin, New Zealand

I appreciate your ministry and that you guys continue to persevere through all obstacles, trusting God. In God's economy, everyone gets refined, especially the ministers. Thanks for your example of endurance. Keep pressing on!

Joe Roberts
Rolling Meadows IL

You guys are a huge blessing to me and many friends that I have, and I don't want you to ever ever get discouraged, because what you do is shed the truth of God's word with your songs. Keep rewriting songs that the secular artists write. They write good songs; they just use the wrong words. You guys fix them to the glory of God. Amen! We love you guys.

Tracy Beyer
Crystal MI

I have been a fan of yours since I first heard you guys back in 2004. We were doing some clean-up at our church and someone put your CD in the church's sound system. At first I thought I was just listening to some classic rock. Once I paid attention to the actual words I said, "This is awesome!"

I think what you guys do is amazing. I have lots of favorites but the two songs I will mention are "The Real Sin Savior," because you took a very, very un-Christian song and made it about Jesus and "People," because it makes me think of the original apostles and how strongly they believed. If they didn't doubt any of it, how can I?

Eric Delwiche
Colorado Springs CO

I can't express how much I enjoy listening to your music and especially the look on people's faces when the finally realize what they are hearing instead of what they thought they were listening to.

Ken Millson
Martinez CA

I got your CDs (Easter Standard Time and Double Take) a couple months ago. I was really impressed. They sounded better than the record. You guys are so professional. Keep the faith, and I will always be praying for you guys!

Randy Knupp
Johnstown PA

Your music is so dang fun! I am honored to declare that your music is awesome! The humor, energy, and truth in every song is fantastic! I could go on. And if you are ever in Montana, I would be happy to give you a free air tour over Yellowstone Park.

Doug Chapman
President/Director of Operations
Montana Aircraft, Inc.
Belgrade MT

Our family is headed to the state homeschool convention, and we're catching up on ApologetiX songs! I just had to send a note and tell you "Bad Foreign Girls," "On the Road, Away From Home," "That's Saul," "Once We're Over the Line," and "Read Isaiah" are making me sooooo happy! Great job, guys!!!!!

My dad and uncles paid their way through college doing covers in their band, so I grew up hearing all the great 60's and 70's music at family gatherings. My favorite musical eras!

We have a had a slightly stressful past few weeks and it's so wonderful to have something to listen to that is musically and spiritually edifying! Thanks for brightening our day!

We have five kids ages 8 and under and their collective favorite song is "Take Me Home, Country Roads." They ask for it like 12 times a day. So they appreciated the parody.

Emily Davis
Falls Church VA

I just saw Weird Al in concert yesterday and as good as he is, which he is very good, it doesn't minister to my soul as the parodies released by ApologetiX have done. I enjoy your work and have created a YouTube Playlist to be played at the funeral or memorial service for me.

I also had the opportunity to go to India this year to see some friends I had never met before. Their hospitality was amazing, even for the pastors I met who lived in the slums of Mumbai! A great experience as I serve on the Board of Light India Ministries based here in Oklahoma of all places!

God is good! All the time, God is good! Keep doing what you are doing as I am confident many folks, hundreds of thousands, have been blessed by the music of ApologetiX!

I have seen ApologetiX live three times and hope to see the band again in person. I thank you for remaining faithful to the Ministry that God has given to you.

Jimmy Edwards
Choctaw OK

I'm sure someday in heaven you will see the many lives you've touched with your music. It's funny — your songs are what you're known for, but I was blown away when I started listening to some of your podcasts and live recordings with you speaking. I think it's probably a very underused part of ApX.

Luke Spiess
Griswold CT

I pray God will continue to bless you and inspire all of you in your service to Him. I thank God for all of you, who inspire us to continue in our walk with God through your music.

When I am going through my trials and tribulations, your music carries me through it, because of what God has done through you. May God bless you all and keep you. May HIs light continue to shine through you!

Mike Heiser
Bakersfield CA

New CD in Stock: Buy 1, Get 1 of 29 CDs Free
July 5, 2019, 1:25 pm EDT

Our 55th CD, Sandwich Platter, is now in stock. Our manufacturer thought it would be late because of an unexpected backlog on their end, but they were able to get it to us on time after all. Praise the Lord!

Sandwich Platter features 12 parodies of hits from the 60's, 70's, and 80's. You can see the track listing and cover art (and order the CD) at:


The earlier you order, the quicker you'll get your CD(s); we'll process them in the order in which they are received.

BUY 1, GET 1 of 29 CDs FREE

Order now and get a free Sandwich Platter CD with every Sandwich Platter CD you order. The free CD(s) won't appear in your shopping cart but will be mailed with your order. We'll also email you the link for the download version of Sandwich Platter now.

If you'd prefer to get a different CD as your free CD, choose from the 28 other titles on the list below and send an email to j@apologetix.com with the subject line "My Free Bonus CD."

Double Take
That's Too Bad
I Know You Are but What Am I?
Xit Ego Lopa
From Hair to Eternity
Very Vicarious
You Can't Say Euphrates Without the 80's
Play Nice
Easter Standard Time
Unconditional Releases
Loaded 45's
Handheld Messiah
Hot Potato Soup
Wise Up and Rock
Future Tense
Adam Up
Isn't Wasn't Ain't
Classics: Party
Classics: Heavy
Classics: 60's
Classics: 2000's
Classics: Christmas

Only the titles on the list are available.

For every copy of Sandwich Platter you order, you can select one title from the list above. So, if you order five copies of Sandwich Platter you can select five different titles (or five of the same title) from that list. Only the titles on the list are available. Make sure you send your email to j@apologetix.com. Do not respond to this email.

If we don't hear otherwise from you within two hours of your order, we'll assume you want your free CD(s) to be Sandwich Platter.

Clues for Our 12th Single of 2019
July 5, 2019, 12:26 pm EDT

Our 12th single of 2019 is scheduled to come out Sunday night, Lord willing. Here are clues to assist you in ascertaining the artists. See if you can spot all 20 references.

It's so tough here today for teens to find true friends when they're busy doing nothing but surfing the net for social-media connections. They've got to find a new place where the kids are hip but aren't hypocrites, where it's OK to be yourself and learn a thing or two about the Bible every week. That's where you want to go to get away from it all. Come go with me.

Canaan offered the best of everything, but God made hard promises to Israel so they'd know beyond a shadow of a doubt what He'd do if they had a change of heart and copied the Canaanites. Unfortunately, the rebels among them didn't scare easy. Now it's wake-up time again. Don't waver between two worlds; playing dumb isn't good enough.

Once the new single is released, we'll announce it on our website, Facebook, and Twitter.

We currently have 129 other sets of downloads available for a donation of any size, including our previous release, "Great Tongues of Fire" and "I Want a New Covenant," featuring parodies of Jerry Lee Lewis and Huey Lewis and the News.

To get any of these projects, go to http://apologetix.com/store/singles.store.php#singles and select the download you want for whatever amount you wish to donate.

Bible-Reading Update: Learn Some Deuteronomy
July 5, 2019, 12:07 am EDT

We began our latest trip through the Bible on May 15. Today we start the book of Deuteronomy, which means "Second Law," or the "Repetition of the Law."

Among Old Testament books, only Psalms and Isaiah are quoted more times in the New Testament than Deuteronomy, which is quoted over 50 times.

Here's our Bible-reading plan for the next two weeks for those of you reading along with us:

Fri., July 5 - Deuteronomy 1-3
Sat., July 6 - Deuteronomy 4-6
Sun., July 7 - Deuteronomy 7-9
Mon., July 8 - Deuteronomy 10-12
Tue., July 9 - Deuteronomy 13-15
Wed., July 10 - Deuteronomy 16-18
Thu. July 11 - Deuteronomy 19-21
Fri., July 12 - Deuteronomy 22-24
Sat., July 13 - Deuteronomy 25-27
Sun., July 14 - Deuteronomy 28-30
Mon., July 15 - Deuteronomy 31-34
Tue., July 16 - Joshua 1-3
Wed., July 17 - Joshua 4-6
Thu. July 18 - Joshua 7-9
Fri., July 19 - Joshua 10-12

Note: If you don't have a Bible handy, you can look up these passages for free on http://www.biblegateway.com. They have about 60 different English translations/versions there to choose from, plus translations in many other languages, many of which also have multiple translations/versions.

Get Multiple Downloads for One Donation
July 4, 2019, 10:49 pm EDT

There are now 129 singles/EPs (265 songs) in our "downloads for a donation" series, including our latest single, "Great Tongues of Fire" and "I Want a New Covenant," featuring parodies of Jerry Lee Lewis and Huey Lewis and the News. Want to donate once and get multiple downloads?

Just make a donation for any amount you like at http://www.apologetix.com/store/store-donate.php and send an email listing the downloads you want. Use the subject line "My Downloads Choices" and send the email to j@apologetix.com. Don't respond to this email.

Here's a complete list of the downloads, so you can copy and paste the titles you want into your email.

1. Orchard Avenue (4 parodies of the Beatles)
2. Churchigo II (2 parodies of Chicago)
3. Transformed Soul (Blues Brothers, James Brown, Sam & Dave)
4. Brush/Cousin Zephaniah (ZZ Top, Bryan Adams)
5. Such Impressive Loving Smart Close Friends/With Little Help from My Friends (Beatles)
6. Devil Fell/Calling Dr. Luke (Billy Idol, Kiss)
7. Rollin' in the Yeast/I Want That Crown (Steely Dan, Tom Petty)
8. Flirtin' with the Pastor/Jezebel (Molly Hatchet, No Doubt)
9. Gimme Some Sign (Cream, Led Zeppelin, and Rolling Stones)
10. Moose Tracks (Alanis Morissette, Foo Fighters, Goo Goo Dolls)
11. Goodnews/Talk and I'll Walk (Kenny Loggins, Elton John)
12. Fly Like Ezekiel/Hell Smells (Steve Miller, AC/DC)
13. We're Not Goin' to Canaan/Let's Redo the Music (Twisted Sister, Doobie Brothers)
14. You're So Plain/These Streams (Carly Simon, Heart)
15. Old Man/Fearful (Blues Brothers, Ides of March)
16. Take Jude/Hit 'em with Your Slingshot (Beatles, Pat Benatar)
17. One in Three (Eagles, Oasis, Joan Osborne)
18. Proving My Religion/God's Own Son (REM, Soundgarden)
19. Servin' the Father/Set Him Free (Beach Boys, Beatles)
20. Another One Died for Us/Bad Case of Leprosy (Queen, Robert Palmer)
21. Herman's Sermon/Feelin' Stronger in the Faith (Herman's Hermits, Chicago)
22. Must Seem Silly/Seek Out God to Be Free (Commitments, Rascals)
23. Grinch Girl/Hanukkah (Hall & Oates, Donna Summer)
24. The Whole Darn Roof Leads/Offer Your Prayer (.38 Special, Simon & Garfunkel)
25. Peace and Quiet (Eagles, Quiet Riot)
26. Journey to Asia (Journey, Asia)
27. Sa-Maria/Resist Him (Brooks & Dunn, Fleetwood Mac)
28. Magdalena/Although None Could Watch an Hour (Los Del Rio, Jimi Hendrix)
29. Too Wicked for Paradise/Scars (Eddie Money, Gary Numan)
30. Let's End the Fight Together/Addicted to Christ (Rolling Stones, Beatles)
31. A Source with No Name/Be Like David Was (America, Bad Company)
32. Pharaoh-noid/Fight for Your Right to Parody (Black Sabbath, Beastie Boys)
33. Act Selfless/He Spoke (Alannah Myles, Billy Squier)
34. Desperate Queen/Psalms Come True (ABBA, Neil Diamond)
35. We Got the Feet/Sheba (Go-Go's, Cyndi Lauper)
36. Tufftumbling/Patients (Chumbawamba, Guns N' Roses)
37. Treading on Poisonous Scorpions (Poison, Scorpions)
38. Talking Inner Peace/To Be Rebuked (Romantics, Mr. Big)
39. I Dealt with You/Could He Choose You (Modern English, Adam Ant)
40. Nicky/I Love Apostle Paul (Toni Basil, Joan Jett)
41. Costly Truth/Try and Try Again (Motley Crue, Ozzy Osbourne)
42. Strange Cat, But/A Fool Can Sound Intelligent (Stray Cats, Elvin Bishop)
43. Christ's Wedding/I Can't Escape (Billy Idol, Who)
44. Keep on Loving Ruth/Clothing Time (REO Speedwagon, Semisonic)
45. I Went in the Stream/Iran (Kenny Rogers & Dolly Parton, A Flock of Seagulls)
46. Anteater/Faithless Love (Hall & Oates, Soft Cell)
47. Lily-White Boy/Separate Days (Foreigner, Journey)
48. Jephthah You Needed/Complain (Cars, Eric Clapton)
49. Lotsa Versions/Brash, Impulsive (Madonna, Pretenders)
50. Bought by the Egyptians/Rose Up (Bangles, April Wine)
51. Man on the Run/These Books God Made You're Mockin' (Paul McCartney & Wings, Nancy Sinatra)
52. Angels & Demons (J. Geils Band, Doors)
53. The Man They Call Zechariah/Doubter (Steppenwolf, Pearl Jam)
54. Easter/Schoolhouse (For Prophets) (Commodores, Alice Cooper)
55. Haggai Led the Way/Reading Habakkuk (Peter Frampton, The Firm)
56. What's in Nahum/Hosea (Lynyrd Skynyrd, Steely Dan)
57. Romantic Letter/Holy Land (Box Tops, Hootie & the Blowfish)
58. Barak & Deborah/It's Still Got the Joel You Need (Steve Miller, Billy Joel)
59. Micah/Obed-Edom, Obadiah (David Essex, Beatles)
60. Amos/Malachi (Derek and the Dominos, Genesis)
61. Killing My Suffering with His Son/Beggar's Feet (Roberta Flack, Gerry Rafferty)
62. Garden My Heart/You've Got a Text (Quarterflash, James Taylor)
63. Message in the Bible/Cunning is the Devil (Police, Van Halen)
64. There Are Wolves Among Us/Nightmare Waiting (Warren Zevon, Richard Marx)
65. HardLabor/Living Loving Faith (Led Zeppelin)
66. Blabbed Through the Phone/All You Gotta Do (George Thorogood, Sheryl Crow)
67. The Bible Countdown/God's Zealot (Europe, Blue Öyster Cult)
68. The Sound of Sirens/Tasty Plants (Disturbed, Men Without Hats)
69. Can We Drive Our Sins Too Far?/God's Presence (Chicago, Green Day)
70. Child of God/Tried to Find Lots of Ways (Earth, Wind & Fire, Eddie Rabbitt)
71. Outnumbered/Good King (Men at Work, Fine Young Cannibals)
72. Grandma Got Won Over by a Stranger/God's Child in the City (Elmo & Patsy, Nick Gilder)
73. Speech Police/Sinning Will (Cheap Trick, Blood, Sweat & Tears)
74. Doubt is Not Allowed/I Feel the Earth Proves (KISS, Carole King)
75. Confiscated/Remember (Lot's Wife) (Avril Lavigne, Collective Soul)
76. Ground Shook Here/Learning Blasphemies (Rolling Stones, Vapors)
77. Feels Like in First John/Leviticus Can't Be Done (Foreigner, Spin Doctors)
78. Noah Man/Makes Me Cranky (Beatles, Tommy James & the Shondells)
79. Selling the Dogma/Role Never Changes (Live, REO Speedwagon)
80. Lethargy/Phony Ol' Lie (Tom Petty, John Cougar Mellencamp)
81. Dweebs/Turn to Luke (Van Halen, Loverboy)
82. Don't Tell Me We're Lucky/No Exclusions (Night Ranger, Alice in Chains)
83. Treading on Poisonous Scorpions Vol. 2 (Poison, Scorpions)
84. You Give Up on Bad Days/Nain (Bon Jovi, Goo Goo Dolls)
85. Boys Are Scary/Once You See Truth, You Can't Unsee It ('Til Tuesday, REM)
86. Expected to Love/Born in the Jewish Faith (Robert Palmer, Bruce Springsteen)
87. Thankfully/Works (Journey, Missing Persons)
88. The Man Born to Scale the Mountain/Free Indeed (Rainbow, AC/DC)
89. Churchigo III (Chicago, Joe Bonamassa)
90. You're Mad at What?/Pick It Up (Badfinger, KISS)
91. You Might Stink/Show Us the Way (The Cars, The Raspberries)
92. Churchigo IV (Chicago, Blood, Sweat & Tears)
93. Paranormal/Maybe Madonna (Kinks, Beatles)
94. Straight Street/Casket Place (Bob Seger, Green Day)
95. Bible O'Really/On the Road, Away from Home (The Who, John Denver)
96. Ignorant Song/Grass So Green (Led Zeppelin, Stone Temple Pilots)
97. Head Over Here/You Gotta Go (Tears for Fears, Alanis Morissette)
98. Babel Babel/Can't Buy Free Love (David Bowie, The Beatles)
99. Triune Godhead/An Old King in the New Age (Rolling Stones, Sex Pistols)
100. Going to Forget Our Bad Deeds/Selfish Sheep (Simple Minds, The Offspring)
101. Place of Grace/Nabal Was a Mean Guy (Motörhead, Spacehog)
102. The Nazarene & The Gadarenes (Foreigner, The Traveling Wilburys)
103. No More Mr. Wise Guy/You're Really Godly (Alice Cooper, Van Halen)
104. Can't Fight This Kneeling/Crossloads (REO Speedwagon, Cream)
105. Some Doubt/ (I Just) Died and Arose (Gordon Lightfoot, Cutting Crew)
106. The Very Last City/L.S.F. (Guns N' Roses, Elton John)
107. Bad Foreign Girls/Campaign to Jehovah (Queen, Oasis)
108. She's Got Cooties/Dumb Questions (The Tubes, The Kinks)
109. The War in You/Bad Things for a Good Time (Scandal, Poison)
110. Embarrassing Moments/Soakin' in the Lord's Book (The Guess Who, Brownsville Station)
111. It's a Long Way to the Dock (if You Wanna Stop in Rome/Everybody Burps (AC/DC, REM)
112. That's Saul/Busted God's Laws (Genesis, J. Geils Band)
113. She's Not Dead/Read Isaiah (The Zombies, Sugarloaf)
114. Call Me the Priest/A Loan for You (Lynyrd Skynyrd, Live)
115. Taken Up/Take the Wrong Way Home (The Cars, Supertramp)
116. Marry Mary/Turn Up the Ray of Hope (The Monkees, Autograph)
117. The Wonder of Christmas/Once We're Over the Line (Stevie Wonder, Brewer & Shipley)
118. Eve Looks Back/Jewish Farm (Fleetwood Mac. Paul McCartney & Wings)
119. A Day in the Loaf/Stay Deceased (The Beatles, The Faces)
120. Full of Yourself/(Check Out) The Book (Styx, Roxette)
121. Back in the Battle/Bold as Christ (Aerosmith, Foreigner)
122. Your Money Don't Last/Birdie in Thy Hand (Loggins & Messina, Soundgarden)
123. Mephibosheth/Go Home with the Prodigal Son (Elton John, Steve Miller)
124. Romans 1:20/Broke a Loaf of Bread (Jackson Browne, Jethro Tull)
125. Even Though/Seven Romans (Pearl Jam, Sugar Ray)
126. Midlife Confession/Do You Know What I Dreamed? (The Grass Roots, Lee Michaels)
127. Isaiah 55/Still His Name (Sammy Hagar, Bob Seger)
128. Something from Nothing/That's Unbelief (Billy Preston, Bad Company)
129. Great Tongues of Fire/I Want a New Covenanat (Jerry Lee Lewis, Huey Lewis and the News)

Donations are not tax-deductible but help keep this ministry going.

New USB Thumb Drives Include Upcoming CD
July 4, 2019, 10:48 pm EDT

We recently got a brand-new batch of USB thumb drives in stock.

Emblazoned with the ApologetiX logo, these USBs include the digital versions of of all 55 of our CDs (including Sandwich Platter) plus any parodies or rarities we've released that aren't on those CDs (including our new single), and our digital songbook.

They're available for a donation of $150 or more. If you've donated for our complete library before, they're available for a donation of $50 or more. http://apologetix.com/store/store.php#USB.

How to Donate Online or by Mail
July 4, 2019, 10:49 pm EDT

If you'd like to donate to the ministry of ApologetiX, you can do so online at http://www.apologetix.com/store/store-donate.php

If you prefer to mail a check or money order, please make it out to "ApologetiX" and send it to:

208 Charlemma Drive
Pittsburgh PA 15214-1414

Although the donations are not tax-deductible, they will be received very gratefully and used immediately. Thank you and God bless you.

P.S. Prayers are priceless and always appreciated!

Philippians 3:4
I press on toward the goal to win the prize for which God has called me heavenward in Christ Jesus.

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