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Introduction to Sound Worship

Music is everywhere. It’s in your car. It’s in your home. It’s on your TV. It’s on your iPod. It’s at the mall. It’s at the restaurant. It’s at amusement parks, parties, fairs, family reunions, and barbecues.

And music is at church.

You have choices. Never before in the history of mankind have there been so many music choices. With relative ease you can choose where to listen to music, when to listen to music, how long to listen to music, what artist to listen to, what style to listen to, what song to listen to, and how many times to listen to it.

What you can’t choose is to not choose.

This is a book about making musical choices. But not just any choices. This is a book about making musical choices that are deliberately informed by the Word of God. It is about making choices that are discerning, wise, beneficial, and edifying.

This book is about making musical choices that will bring glory to God.