Category Archives: Music

Athanasius was not a Covenanter

Sometimes you see claims from the Exclusive Psalmody group that the early church rejected musical instruments.  It’s always immediately clear that the people saying this have never read the Fathers (or the medievals). True, they wouldn’t have sang Fanny Crosby … Continue reading

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Ammo for the Psalm Chanters

Lutheran Liturgical Brotherhood.  Start downloading now. Admittedly, it’s not a pure chanting in Hebrew, but it is a more or less English equivalent that isn’t altered by metric psalmody.  Don’t get me wrong.  Metric psalmody is superior to 99% of … Continue reading

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An Army of Psalm Chanters

Taken from an old post on Jim Jordan, with some new material. But let us consider what a Christian view of the Church would be. It would be a place of transformation, not merely of information. Marshaling the people into … Continue reading

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