Contemporary Worship

Review of H.B. Charles Jr.’s On Worship: A Short Guide to Understanding, Participating in, and Leading Corporate Worship

"It leaves room for different Christians to worship in ways consistent with their traditions and culture, yet also calls us to ensure that, no matter what, our worship is 'shaped and governed by the Word of God'" - Challies

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Keith Getty on dangers of modern worship, tells pastors: 'Love your people enough to care about what they sing'

“The pastor goes, ‘I preach the Word. Everybody else do the rest, and I'll just concentrate on the sermon.’ Well, that's, that's stupidity. That's not how the Bible was written. That's not how the Church fathers behaved” - CPost

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“How are the lyrics of our worship music forming us?”

"It matters whether those who lead us in song see their task as creating a mood or a memory. If primarily a mood, lyrics can take a back seat .... If primarily a memory, the lyrics are critically important. Like the Psalms, they should be able to stand on their own, combined with music or not." - CToday

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