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Music as Language: The Common Cultural Rift of 1900

The following is part 4 of our series on Worship (and Music) as Language. Read Part 1, Part 2, and Part 3 for the back story. Music abandoned the people.  No longer did Art point to the Holy; rather, Art

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Worship as Language: An Introduction

I began a thought process a week or so ago (see this blog) where I began wrestling with the questions of memory, hymnody, and the struggle that faces much of Christendom to become intergenerational. I want to turn now to the

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