Tuesday, June 21, 2011

An Excellent Commentary on Contemporary Worship

A friend posted a link to this article on The Aquila Report today, and I must say, the author makes several excellent points. If you've ever sat through a contemporary worship service, or even just a contemporary song and thought to yourself, "something just doesn't feel right about this" this article may help you understand why!

Here's a snippet to whet your whistle. After reading it, be sure to read the entire article linked below:

"The opposition to innovation that characterized the Reformers should be equally characteristic of us today. In seeking to depart from a living tradition unique to the Church, supporters of contemporary music are saying that the patrimony of the Church universal isn't good enough. They are abandoning the conservative carefulness of the Reformed spirit and embracing a foundationless, liberal philosophy that equates constant change with progress."

A Young Person's Response to Don Sweeting by Evan McWilliams

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