Ellen White and Music: Background and Principles

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Review and Herald Pub. Association, 1976 - Seventh-Day Adventists - 143 pages
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Ellen White wrote much about music. She wrote with the same positiveness and insight that characterize her statements on other Christian principles. Occasionally she expressed approval or disapproval of specific musical practices. Some may wonder what she meant when she condemned certain kinds of popular music--to what kinds of music was she referring? Do her concerns about the music of her time have relevance to the Christian's attitude toward music today? This book is an attempt to find answers to such questions. In addition to Ellen White's writings, the writings and experience of her husband James are also examined. - Introduction Music In The Lives Of The White Family Sacred And Profane A Bedlam Of Noise Popular Music The Musical Theater Music In The Worship Service Music In Evangelism Education And Music Music In The Life Of Christ Music In Eden, In Heaven, And In the New Earth

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