With One Voice

Footnote

Reggie Kidd, With One Voice: Discovering Christ's Song in Our Worship (Grand Rapids, Michigan: Wipf & Stock, 2005)

Bibliography

Kidd, Reggie. With One Voice: Discovering Christ's Song in Our Worship. Grand Rapids, Michigan: Wipf & Stock, 2005

Publication life cycle / General notes

Submitted by Ron Man. Related to (see links in right sidebar):

  • James Torrance, Worship, Community and the Triune God of Grace
  • James Torrance, "The Place of Jesus Christ in Worship" in Theological Foundations for Ministry
  • James Torrance, "Christ in Our Place; The Joy of Worship" in A Passion for Christ
  • Thomas Torrance, Royal Priesthood
Abstract

From David and Jesus to Bach and the Blues Brothers

Wait. What do the Blues Brothers have in common with King David? The connection lies not simply in the fact that they are all musicians, says author Reggie Kidd, but in the reasons they sing in the first place.

With One Voice examines the rich heritage of the music of God's people to show how song is woven into Scripture's story, carrying believers into deeper relationship with God and with his purposes in redemption.
   
More than a mere ornament of worship, music brings the worshiper into the company of the Savior. Through this exploration of music and song, join Jesus as he sings the lament of Psalm 22 on the cross and then conducts the "great assembly" upon his resurrection. On the way, discover Christ in the voices of David, Paul, Bach, the Blues Brothers - and possibly yourself.

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