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Contemporary Christian music has an increasing yet controversial influence on church worship today. This book discusses the topic from a biblical viewpoint and makes a case for using contemporary music in worship - with theological integrity.
Discussions of worship often have a polarizing effect, doing little more than firming the impasse between the sides of "traditional" and "contemporary. Because meaningful discussion has become increasingly difficult, a book about worship that returns to the basics will prove useful to the body of Christ. This book avoids the rhetoric from either side, confining strictly to what is said in Scripture.
Discerning what biblical teaching on worship takes some finesse, since Scripture nowhere presents us with .
But there are some commands in the New Testament which are pretty plainly binding on all churches. For a biblical theology of worship that has deeply influenced my approach here, see David Peterson, Engaging with God: A Biblical Theology of Worship (Downers Grove: InterVarsity Press, 1992).
Contemporary worship is a form of Christian worship that emerged within Western evangelical Protestantism in the 20th century. Contemporary worship is generally characterised by the use of contemporary worship music in an informal setting.
A contemporary worship team leads the congregation in praise and . George Thomas Kurian, Mark A. Lamport, Encyclopedia of Christianity in the United States, Volume 5, Rowman & Littlefield, USA, 2016, p. 629.
A contemporary worship team leads the congregation in praise and worship. Called to Worship: The Biblical Foundations of Our Response Vernon Whaley - 2009 - In the Greek, the word for worship, proskuneo, means to express deep respect or adoration-by kissing, with words, or by bowing down. Associated words include epaineo, to commend or applaud ; aineo, to praise God ; and sebomai," ^ Pliny the Younger, Epistulae, Book X, Letter xcvii ^ George Thomas Kurian, Mark A. Bibliography.
Contemporary worship music ! A Biblical Defense JOHN M. FR. . FR AME. FRAME, Worship Music w/bio. James Wards music is deeply influenced by African-American gospel music (indeed, by many kinds of gospel, as he has pointed out). between CWM and the styles of music found in traditional hymnals: (1) CWM is far more contemporary and popular in its literary and musical idioms, rather than traditional or classical. 2) Most of it consists of one-stanza choruses as opposed to the multistanza poetry of traditional hymnody. 3) The texts of CWM tend to be far simpler than those of traditional hymnody.
This book is an effort to go beyond the categorizations of "traditional" and "contemporary" to explore what is truly "biblical" worship. In so doing, important illustrations of worship in the Scriptures are discussed, from the foundational requirements of true worship to the distinctiveness of its expression. Questions at the end of each chapter make this book ideal for Sunday School, small group, and personal devotional study.