Ricky, come on. He made a good point. You said that "strict RPW" people do not reach out to urban areas, and he pointed to his own church as a counterexample. He was not saying that his is the only example. Besides, this is not at all about whether "strict RPW" people or Christian rappers are more effective by our own systems of counting effectiveness, but whether the RPW allows for Christian rap in the first place. And to repeat my stance on the issue, I do believe there is a distinction between Christian music (e.g. Christian metal, Christian rap) and worship music (i.e. that is under the RPW), but I can't put my finger on it.