Category: Biblical Faithfulness

Artistic Theologian 9 (2021): 19–41 Download PDF Nathan Burggraff, PhD, is assistant professor of music theory and director of the music theory and piano departments at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. Narratives in contemporary culture have become increasingly narcissistic. This is …

“I Wanna Talk about Me”: Analyzing the Balance of Focus between God and Man in Congregational Songs of the American Evangelical Church Read More »

Artistic Theologian 9 (2021): 5–18 Download PDF Joseph R. Crider, DA, is dean of the School of Church Music and Worship at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. This article is an excerpt from his forthcoming book, Scripture-Guided Worship: A Call to …

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Artistic Theologian 9 (2021): 161–178 Download PDF Jessica McMillan, DMA, is the director of the Doctor of Musical Arts program at New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary. She teaches music and worship related courses at both NOBTS and William Carey University …

A Comparison of Ancient Near Eastern Lament to Selected Passages of Biblical Lament Read More »

Artistic Theologian 9 (2021): 1–4 Download PDF Scott Aniol, PhD, is associate professor of church music and worship and director of doctoral worship studies at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. What would it mean for our worship to be truly shaped …

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Artistic Theologian 9 (2021): 43–59 Download PDF Laramie Minga is pastor of worship and discipleship at Woodlawn Baptist Church in Baton Rouge, LA, and a PhD student at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. The Second Great Awakening (1790–1840) began with a …

New Forms of Old Measures: Nineteenth-Century New-Measures Revivalists’ Understanding of Their Methodologies Read More »

Artistic Theologian 9 (2021): 61–80 Download PDF Mark A. Snoeberger, PhD, is professor of systematic theology and apologetics at the Detroit Baptist Theological Seminary in Allen Park, MI. He first presented this paper on November 20, 2020, at the national …

On the Decline of “Unmodified” Psalmody in the English Tradition: A Question of Hermeneutics and Ecclesiastical Mission Read More »

Merker, Matt. Corporate Worship: How the Church Gathers as God’s People. Wheaton, IL: Crossway, 2021. 176 pp. $14.99. Understanding the true purpose of the gathering of believers in worship is a challenge for many evangelical churches today. As Matt Merker …

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Fujimura, Makoto. Art and Faith: A Theology of Making. New Haven, CT: Yale University Press, 2021. 184 pp. $26.00. “It is impossible to have faith without imagination” (89). So claims artist and author Makoto Fujimura in what he considers his …

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Taylor, W. David O. Open and Unafraid: The Psalms as a Guide to Life. Nashville: Thomas Nelson, 2020. 230 pp. $24.99. In his book Open and Unafraid: The Psalms as a Guide to Life, W. David O. Taylor, assistant professor …

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Ruth, Lester. Flow: The Ancient Way to Do Contemporary Worship. Nashville: Abingdon Press, 2020. 132 pp. $19.99. In a world where churches increasingly have to choose between traditional and contemporary services, Flow by Lester Ruth offers a way for liturgists …

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