06 – O For A Thousand Tongues To Sing: Liturgical Categories for Using Music in Church
Liturgy—your church has one whether you know about it or not. This week we discuss liturgy and how the Psalms specifically set up what your intrepid hosts believe to be a good one.
Song of preparation*
Call to worship
Song of adoration
Confession of sin
Assurance of pardon
Confession of lament
Assurance of comfort
Profession of faith
Offering of thanksgiving
Song of supplication
Preparation of the word
Preparation of the table
Song of reflection*
Song of anticipation*
Song of commission
Song of benediction
*Categories Bryan thought of while recording and/or editing. AKA, real-time follow-up.
- Join us on Slack! https://slack.techreformation.com
- Adam Ford’s newsletter part 1 and part 2
- Is the New Evangelical Liturgy Really An Improvement? by Kevin DeYoung
- Excerpt from the book History of the Christian Church. This lists several historical liturgies from both the Eastern and Western traditions.
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