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Repentance through Singing in Corporate Worship

By , 2017/10/27

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Poetry set to music forms God's people in a holistic way to experience what God desires for them, and this is true for repentance just as much as responses more commonly associated with corporate worship like praise and thanksgiving. When God's people join their voices in corporate songs of repentance, they are shaped to live in a constant awareness of their sin and need of daily cleansing through the blood of Christ.

Scott Aniol

Scott Aniol, PhD, is an author, speaker, and teacher of culture, worship, aesthetics, and church ministry philosophy. He is Chair of the Worship Ministry department at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, he founded Religious Affections Ministries (www.religiousaffections.org), he lectures around the world in churches, conferences, colleges, and seminaries, and he has authored several books, including By the Waters of Babylon: Worship in a Post-Christian Culture, Worship in Song: A Biblical Approach to Music and Worship, and Sound Worship: A Guide to Making Musical Choices in a Noisy World. Scott is the Editor of Artistic Theologian, a scholarly journal of worship and church ministry, and is Chairman of the Biblical Worship Program Unit of the Evangelical Theological Society. Scott holds a masters degree in Theological Studies, a masters degree in Aesthetics, and a PhD in Worship Ministry.