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Hymns

While this article deals with hymns, it is not the intention of the writer to enter at this time into the present controversy concerning the use of hymns in our church services. There seems to be little question concerning the use of hymns in our schools and homes, at “hymnsings,” for special programs, and on […]

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Music in the Church (2)

In our last article, we tried to show how worldly music has made its way into the church. We found that there were not only corrupt texts, but also corrupt tunes. Most of these can be attributed to the Arminian so-called “Evangelistic” movement of the late nineteenth century. This, in turn, gave rise to the […]

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Music in the Church

The topic, “Church Music,” is necessarily a broad one. Just a few of the things that might be included are discussion and criticism of hymn singing, psalm singing, texts, music, choirs, instrumental music, etc. We also might enter the history of music as it is applicable to the church. It is our purpose, however, to […]

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