What is the right style of music for worship?
This week is all about worship! In part II of this series I will give my perspective on what is the right style of music for worship. Throughout the week I will be posting both my answers to a series of questions as well as those of three other bloggers.
Ethnomusicology is an academic field encompassing various approaches to the study of music (broadly defined) that emphasize its cultural, social, material, cognitive, biological, and other dimensions or contexts instead of or in addition to its isolated sound component or any particular repertoire. – Wikipedia
Worship should be in the language of the people’s hearts!
* Ephesians 5:19-20
** John 4:24
If you missed part I, you can check it out at the link below.
If you missed previous entries, you can check them out at the link below.
Why Can’t We Get Along? – Why is Worship So Divisive by Sean Chandler
Where’s the Piper Organ, and Why is There an Electric Guitar?!? – What is the Proper Style for Worship by Sean Chandler
Why is It So Loud and Why Do We Keep Repeating Ourselves?!? – What is the Proper Volume for Worship by Sean Chandler
What is the Proper Style for a Worship Service? by Jennifer Chandler
An Ordinary Church Attendees Perspective on Worship by Ticia Messing