On Feb. 2, Third Day will join the long list of people who have reviewed The Passion of The Christ, from pastors, rabbis, other religious leaders and critics, as the band is scheduled to appear for a live interview on a talk-radio show called Live and Interactive. The show, hosted by President of Gospel Music Association John W. Styll, will be broadcasted online, beginning at 9:30 PM PST through internet communications agency essentialtalk.
David Carr, the drummer for Third Day, says, We want to support this film because in an age where visual media drives most everything we do, The Passion Of The Christ brings us a seemingly accurate and strikingly real depiction of Christ's death as told through Scripture. In this war between sacred and secular, it is important that this movie be seen and heard, even amid the controversy, because it portrays the truth."
Live and Interactive will allow users to hear the interview, view rare photos, and talk exclusively to the band members. However, only 300 people will be able to participate from a random drawing of those registered. On Feb. 9, delirious will also be featured through the essentialtalk service.
To register, go to www.essentialtalk.com