joshua busman on the use of instrumental music in worship during the protestant reformation

Joshua Busman

Joshua Busman

Jim West directed my attention to an excellent paper given by Joshua Busman of UNC, Chapel Hill presented at the 2010 SCGMC Meeting at Duke University on differing views of the use of instrumental music during Christian worship by various key players of the Protestant Reformation. The various views are tied to understandings of scripture, specifically, the first of the Ten Commandments.

The paper entitled, “Different Commandments: Sola Scriptura and Theologies of Worship in the Protestant Reformation,” is available on academia.edu here. Give it a read.

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  1. [...] joshua busman on the use of instrumental music in worship during the protestant reformation Posted on December 13, 2010 by bobcargill Jim West directed my attention to an excellent paper given by Joshua Busman of UNC, Chapel Hill presented at the 2010 SCGMC Meeting at Duke University on differing views of the use of instrumental music during Christian worship by various key players of the Protestant Reformation. The various views are tied to understandings of scripture, specifically, the first of t … Read More [...]

  2. [...] a week ago Jim West informed the blogosphere (and Bob Cargill further promoted) a paper written by Joshua Busman  on theologies of worship in the Protestant Reformation. You can [...]

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