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From Psalms to Hymns to Rock Bands to …

July 30, 2017
From Psalms to Hymns to Rock Bands to …

The theological erosion of worship music is even worse when “contemporary” music arrived. These songs were written by mostly Biblically- and theologically-illiterate young men and women, even those in their early teens!

5 Short Takeoffs from “Ow, C’mon, All Ye Faithful”

December 30, 2016

As a follow-up to my previous post, "Ow, C'mon, All Ye Faithful, regarding bad theology in Christmas hymns, here are five takeoffs on the subject.

Twilight Saga and Beatles as Worship Songs

May 18, 2013
Twilight Saga and Beatles as Worship Songs

"The Twilight song sounds and feels like a worship song, but only Jesus Culture's 'Happy Day' is the real worship song."

“Angels near the earth with golden harps” and other old but strange songs

December 17, 2010
“Angels near the earth with golden harps” and other old but strange songs

New and improved versus old, obsolete and traditional. Our culture idolizes whatever is new. A couple of years after buying a car, a computer, or an iPhone, we regret having bought them then and not today. Sometimes we don’t even know that what we bought was already obsolete before it even left the checkout counter. […]

WWJ. . .

November 18, 2009
WWJ. . .

Who said this?: "Musical instruments in celebrating the praises of God would be no more suitable than the burning of incense, the lighting of lamps, and the restoration of the other shadows of the law."

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