Worship Music

“In most churches today, the worship time has become a concert.”

"So the question becomes – in spite of today’s worship music often being meaningful, well done and engaging, what have we lost when a few hundred members of the congregation stand there watching 5 or 6 members of the worship team do all the singing?" - Phil Cooke

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‘Theology Matters’—Why One Worship Leader Can No Longer Support Hillsong, Elevation, Bethel

“Theology matters,” Morgan writes. “I can’t even stress that enough. It matters if a song is weak in theology and is not accurately displaying the Holiness of our God. It matters if churches are spreading a prosperity Gospel that is different from the Gospel found in Scripture." - C.Leaders

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Morality and Music

"Music today has been reduced to a performance.   We listen to someone else sing.  We can go to concerts, download music, or stream it via the internet.  If we sing ourselves, we emulate the performers, whether in the shower or in a karaoke bar.  Even music education, it seems to me, has become oriented to training professional performers, as opposed to making music for personal or corporate expression." - Veith

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