Recent discussion around theology and worship music often centers around getting lyrics more "theological" or getting the form or structure of worship "right." Dr. Nathan Myrick’s book Music for Others reveals that singing orthodox lyrics might not be enough. In this discussion, Dr. Jeremy Perigo sits down with Myrick to discuss the ethical issues in congregational worship song.
They cover a lot of ground, from the Christian punk of the 90s and 00s to how our worship music can form ethics towards restorative justice. Join this important discussion as they chat about how Christian worship music can fuel love and care for others.