Worship in Song

Worship in Song

by Scott Aniol
     
 
Wars are raging. These are not the wars of flesh and blood, but of ideas -- ideas about music and its role in the church. Few books have been written that carefully distinguish between secular music that we listen to every day and the sacred music in our churches. This book considers how to make God-pleasing choices regarding both the secular and sacred music we

Overview

Wars are raging. These are not the wars of flesh and blood, but of ideas -- ideas about music and its role in the church. Few books have been written that carefully distinguish between secular music that we listen to every day and the sacred music in our churches. This book considers how to make God-pleasing choices regarding both the secular and sacred music we choose. In addition, the author contends that much of the confusion about music in the church is a theological issue. He builds on a solid foundation to offer a fresh, biblical approach to these issues.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940016660158
Publisher:
BMH Books
Publication date:
04/03/2013
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
288
File size:
352 KB

Meet the Author

Scott Aniol received a bachelor's degree in church music from Bob Jones University, a master's degree in musicology from Northern Illinois University, and has done graduate work in theology at Central Baptist Seminary in Minneapolis, Minn. An ordained pastor, he is the executive director of Religious Affections Ministries and speaks on the subjects of music and worship at churches and conferences.

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