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(RNS) The biggest worry for "American Idol" contestants is whether the judges will let them sing on the next show. For some singers on Idol-type programs abroad, it's that religious extremists will kill them.

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  1. It’ll take some time, but eventually Christian ideals will meaningfully exist where they’re needed most.

    Basically, they say that “all things are allowable, all things are lawful and all things are permissible”.

    And when that’s realized, there won’t be any more fuss about singing shows.

    The meek and simplicity will inherit things, not irrelevant religious attitudes.

  1. […] Singing on “Idol,” and facing the wrath of religious traditionalists (RNS) The biggest worry for most “American Idol” contestants is whether the judges will let them continue to the next round. Some singers on Idol-like programs abroad have a bigger worry: that religious extremists will kill them. Appearing on a version … Read more on Religion News Service […]

  2. […] Singing on “Idol,” and facing the wrath of religious traditionalists (RNS) The biggest worry for most “American Idol” contestants is whether the judges will let them continue to the next round. Some singers on Idol-like programs abroad have a bigger worry: that religious extremists will kill them. Appearing on a version … Read more on Religion News Service […]

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