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I am a music director at a small Church and I've always struggled with explaining to people in my Church as well a the people on the praise/worship team the inherent value of "music" itself as created by God, not simply just music that is played by Christians. I have seen many Christians feel guilty for listening to "secular" music and I have watched as other Christians helplessly are unable to speak truth into the "secular" music world because they don't know how to interact with it. This generally leads to them to ignore the secular music world and turn up the volume on their latest hip Christian music which unfortunately drowns out the beautiful compilation of sounds in front of them which are already glorifying the Creator.
Mark Beuving uses strong biblical truth driven by a world view that has been shaped by the gospel to wittingly and carefully guide the "cautious" Christian who has always felt that their is more to glorifying God through music than simply becoming a praise and worship leader at their local Church. Beuving's gentle pastoral care and abundant musical knowledge takes the reader through almost every genre of music showing how ultimately all music itself is inherently glorifying to God as Creator and yet is another thing that sinful humanity has taken and distorted. However as God's people, Christians have the unique opportunity to join the Creator in redeeming creation: music included.
If you like music, but have found yourself "annoyed" by popular Christian music, this book's for you.
If you love popular Christian music and have had a hard time with you Christian friends who like "secular" music, this book's for you.
If you are not a Christian but have always wondered why music was created and what was this "Creator's" purpose was for music, this book's for you.