With One Voice: Discovering Christ's Song in Our Worship
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With One Voice: Discovering Christ's Song in Our Worship

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Whatever the style, song has the power to bring believers into the company of the Savior himself and allows them to participate in the very redemption of all creation. This work examines the theology of song in worship and looks at how music is used to relate to God.
Paperback, 217 pages
Published October 1st 2005 by Baker Books
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Reggie Kidd's own summary of With One Voice.

"Isn't there, after all, something about Christianity that has at its heart celebration, precisely where we have to face how terrible how unjust, and how unfair life is? Did God intend to give us only something to die for...but nothing to live for? Only anger, no joy? Only a manifesto, no song?...

"Too many of us, it seems to me, are trying to make it through [life:] with tight jaws, pursed lips, and angry spirits. We are ready to die the martyr's deat...more
Kidd offers two helpful ways of thinking in this volume on worship, music, and theology. The first is his incorporation of Crowley's "Singing Savior" motif. The second is Kidd's own framework of Bach, Bubba, and the Blues Brothers (classical, folk, and pop culture).
This is a good book on the theology of worship and the entire people of God worshiping God corporately, pointing to the time that every tongue, tribe and people will worship God together.
Rob Duford
Relates Bach, Bubba & the Blues Brothers. How the music of various cultures unveil something differently about God.

Great book by an even greater guy.
Enjoyed reading about Dr. Kidd's life and walking through music and God's use of song throughout the Bible.
Matt Mason
Enjoyable, helpful. Tons of useful quotes.
Refreshing critique.
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“A theology that cannot be sung is not worth having.... Authentic Christian faith is not merely believed. Nor is it merely acted upon. It is sung - with utter joy sometimes, in uncontrollable tears sometimes, but it is sung.” 4 likes
“There is nothing better - nothing - than knowing that the risen Christ lives right now in heaven, singing over his people - singing over me - with love. ” 4 likes
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