Worship Wars: What the Bible says about Worship Music by Robert BakssMany grapple today with what the proper style of music for church should be and sadly it becomes a worship war. Like the movie Star Wars, the battles rage from episode to episode, with Bible verses being used as the proverbial light sabres to attack and defend each other. This book answers the questions amongst Christians and churches today in regard to worship music and appropriate styles and genres. It is a Biblical guide to worship music spanning early church history to present day; providing clear, concise guidelines, Biblical principles and practical suggestions to support implementation of a balanced blend of traditional and contemporary worship music in churches.
What does the Bible say about worship?
What the Bible says about Worship. It's no fun. It's boring! I don't get anything out of it. It doesn't do me any good to go anymore. Have you ever felt this way?
Kennebrew, I was introduced to the term worship. My father regularly read Psalm in our evening services: "O worship the Lord in the beauty of holiness: fear before him, all the earth" KJV. The Book of Psalms is filled with hundreds of poetic anthems used in the religious celebrations of the children of Israel that clearly instructed them and us how to worship God. Yet, even though I heard the word worship in conversation, testimonies, songs, and Scripture, I didn't completely understand what it meant. Worship is not the slow song that the choir sings.