Category Archives: Culture

How Present Technology Changes Our View of Past Technology

Now, this is thought-provoking, and probably has connections with the discussion of hymnals vs. projection that pops up now and again. Advertisements

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Greg Stiekes, How to Desecrate a Religion

Well said.

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In the World, Not of the World

An interesting post and related interview video by Matt Olson that highlights a true issue: the isolationism of the fundamentalist subculture.  Here’s the post: It has been my growing concern that many of our churches have created a sub-culture that is … Continue reading

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Notes from here and there

D. J. Hart, “Reforming Worship: Reverence, the Reformed Tradition, and the Crisis of Protestant Worship”  A thought-provoking look at basic principles of Reformed worship in light of the shifting practices of many present-day Reformed churches.  Quotable: Calvin’s theology and understanding … Continue reading

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Josh Bauder, “Is Christian Music Still Possible?”

I’m not sure when this article was written, but I very much enjoyed it.  I commend to your reading Josh Bauder’s “Is Christian Music Still Possible?”

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Aniol: “A Distinctly Christian Culture”

An outstanding article: “A Distinctly Christian Culture” by Scott Aniol.  If I could summarize: The common evangelical view of culture and music as neutral is incorrect.  All cultures are informed by both common grace and human depravity, so the expressions … Continue reading

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