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Joyful Noise

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By forbidding the music they dont like, they alienate the young. Ed Christian argues that music should be judged not by personal tastes, but by its spiritual fruits. God approves of music that leads people closer to Him, whether we like it or not. When it comes to music for the worship service, however, unity is important. Appropriate church music doesnt alienate or offend ...more
Paperback, 173 pages
Published July 1st 2003 by Review & Herald Publishing
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Year before last someone had the gal to call my CCM devil music, well I have to say thanks for writing this book because now i can tell that person with more confidence that they are full of it.
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