Theology of Worship Panel – Part 2
I had the absolute joy of speaking on music-making, spiritual formation, and worship last night at Redemption Church Arcadia. It was such a fruitful time of sharing my thesis on musical practice as spiritual formation and then discussing how this factors into congregational worship. You can watch and listen here (slides included below): “There is… Continue reading
In my “Redeeming Culture through Music” class, we were asked the following question: “Which is most important in music: the composer, the performer, or the listener?” The class more or less unanimously expressed that the three persons are equally important. After all, if there is no composer, there is nothing to perform and if there… Continue readingArt, artist, Biola, biola university, christ, christian, christian culture, christian music, christian theology, colossians, ephesians, faith, faith and art, faith and culture, image, Image of God, inspiration, learning, Music, music culture, music theology, musician, performance, performer, preeminence, psalms, question, redeeming culture, religious art, religious music, sacred art, sacred music, theological, theology of art, theology of music, torrey honors institute, truth, word
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