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When Catholics Get It Right

It’s not only Fundamentalist Baptists who are pointing out the problems with using pop music for worship. You don’t have to agree with his strident Romanism to concede the points he makes about culture and music.

Is There a Proper Role for “Contemporary” Music at Church?

David de Bruyn

About David de Bruyn

David de Bruyn pastors New Covenant Baptist Church in Johannesburg, South Africa. Since 1999, he has presented a weekly radio program that is heard throughout much of central South Africa. He also blogs at Churches Without Chests.

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