Monthly Archives: July 2017

Doug Wilson, What Music Cannot Say

Doug Wilson has a little book entitled Church Music and the Other Kinds: A Musical Manifesto of Sorts. Classic Wilson in style, it makes a number of good points on church music. I thought the following was helpful in thinking about … Continue reading

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Edwards: Sing or sin

From a sermon by Jonathan Edwards on “Self-Examination”: Examine yourselves, whether you do not live in some way of sin with respect to the institutions of God’s house. Here I shall mention several instances. . . . (2) Do you … Continue reading

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