Perfect in Power: Reflections on the Interplay of Power, Art, and the Church’s Worship


Posted on March 13th, by npernia in News. No Comments

The granting of the power of amplification to “worship teams” in American Christianity has done more than anything since the Protestant Reformation to undermine congregational song. Once Protestants were known for their lively and joyful corporate singing, but today in many of our largest and most imitated churches the only music worth admiring comes from multithousand-watt sound systems while the vast majority of image bearers in the room sing weakly or not at all.




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