Preacher's Kid - Semler

Preacher's Kid

Semler

  • Genre: Christian
  • Release Date: 2021-02-05
  • Explicitness: explicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 8

  • ℗ 2021 PK Records

Tracks

Title Artist Time
1
Bethlehem Semler 4:07 USD 0.99
2
Jesus From Texas Semler 3:18 USD 0.99
3
Queer Content For Your Conside Semler 0:10 USD 0.69
4
Chicken Semler 3:20 USD 0.99
5
Youth Group Semler 2:23 USD 0.99
6
Posture (Interlude) Semler 0:54 USD 0.99
7
A Good Man Semler 4:26 USD 0.99
8
Promised Land (Outro) Semler 1:17 USD 0.99

Reviews

  • Amazing

    5
    By Bdjdbf
    As an ex trans Christian, this album was very refreshing
  • Huh

    3
    By The Deli
    For Christians who supposedly want to reach out to those unlike them, there sure is a lot of gatekeeping and exclusion going on in these comments. EP's alright, lots of potential
  • This is the first time in forever I’ve felt like Christian music actually might be worth saving.

    5
    By pistolekris
    Here’s to the beginning of having actual love and acceptance in Christianity again and the clock to Lauren Daigle getting outed as a homophobe has begun.
  • A breath of fresh air

    5
    By Queer Christian
    I’ve never felt so seen by an album. Unlike most music in the Christian genre, this is true art, beauty that glorifies God. All the reviews claiming this isn’t Christian are ironically proving the point of the album.
  • Tells the truth!

    5
    By $"@?
    I think many of the negative reviews come from people with idealic views of the church and that the church is without fault. But this album speaks the truth that those people are in denial about. The church is stained with sex crimes and greed, and it deflects the seriousness of their actions by casting shame on to others making them doubt their faith. I think this album calls out those issues and tells the story of the pain they cause. Personally this album gives me hope that I can find my place in the faith community again someday.
  • An album that blames God for homosexuality and church hurt

    1
    By Ash31695
    I would have rated this a 3 if it were not labeled as Christian genre. I think self expression is great but not at the expense of disrespecting God. There are mainstream Christian artists like Chance and Justin Bieber who aren’t disrespectful enough to label their music Christian because it goes against Gods word. I’m guessing this is so she can feel “accomplished”. I’d be okay with a homosexual artist making an album glorifying God and calling it Christian but this ain’t it. I’m praying for Grace. Please wake up before it’s too late.
  • Religious trauma wrapped up in a beautiful bow

    5
    By kikkichiki
    If you have Christian trauma (especially if you’re queer) this album will be a healing experience for you.
  • This album isn’t Christian

    1
    By Mary E. Hollis
    This album is not rooted in biblically truth this is not a Christian album this should be in the rap section
  • Dude.......really?

    1
    By Kirinn74
    This isn’t a Christian album, not even close. It says VERY clearly that being homosexual is a major sin, imagine being so blind that you think you can actively pursue this and still be a child of God. And also dude literally the first song is mega explicit which is also a sin so I mean.........
  • Honest, raw, breath taking

    5
    By hannahhh_0098
    This album spoke to my soul, restored lost hope, and inspired me to keep on fighting for my right to divine adoption. I am a child of God, Semler is a child of God, and I pray y’all don’t forget it.

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