Music Acceptable to God: An Argument for Greater Use of the Psalms

Monday, 16 Jul 2007

In the worship wars of recent years the nastiest battles have erupted over music. What should we sing? Who should sing? What tunes should we sing? What instruments should accompany the Church's singing-if any? Why do we sing? Most often it seems that the armies arrayed on the varying sides of issues have fought under the banner of preference. What do we like and what moves us? Preference has tended to pit older people against younger and high brows against low brows. But how hard have we tried to think theologically and biblically about music? How ...

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