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Considering Context Leads To Singing Psalms In New Testament Praise And Worship | The Heidelblog

05/05/2015

I consider Psalmody to be an essential part of Christian Worship, and we use the psalms extensively in our church services. In an article on the Heidelblog, R Scott Clarke, considers psalm-singing in context.  and argues that the canonical psalms should be more prominent in the context of our worship.

Here’s a great quote from the article,

“Songs written by uninspired writers, however much we find them personally inspiring, are not God’s Word.  They are a part of God’s general providence, but so are songs by the Rolling Stones.  Non-canonical hymns have no intrinsic authority, and relatively little as compared to God’s Word..”

Read the article by following this link…

via Considering Context Leads To Singing Psalms In New Testament Praise And Worship | The Heidelblog.

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