Archive for the ‘The Trinity’ Category

In my last post, I argued that music is inherently “relational,” for lack of a better term.  The actual physics of music are such that music asks us to collaborate, to blend our many voices into one voice.  But why did God make music this way? Today, I will suggest that God made music relational […]


I have been arguing that corporate singing is the primary purpose of music in worship and should be the highest priority of every church music leader.  But why?  Why should corporate singing be so important?   In the last post, I gave an answer based on the way God made our brains, but that was just […]