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Podcast: Q&A – April 20, 2010

In this podcast, Scott answers several questions that have been posted in the suggestion box on www.religiousaffections.org, including:

  • Granted aesthetic values r universals rooted n God’s nature y cant some rock music cant b beautiful?
  • To put it another way, why does God’s nature automatically rule out rock/pop/jazz genre?
  • What do you think of songs/hymns that are in first person with God as the speaker?
  • What is the 4/4 rhythm’s potential range of meaning, and what legitimate applications might it find?

[podcast]http://www.religiousaffections.org/wp-content/uploads/2010/05/Podcast_-QA-with-Scott-Aniol-April-30-2010.mp3[/podcast]

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