Choral Music and Common Grace

by Oct 30, 2008Uncategorized

I’ve now persuaded even my wife to get into (she’s usually a bit skeptical of my technological forays). We’re enjoying it very much. I wrote this in my profile description for the site:

I love choral music. God created beauty, and even those who rebel against Him have been left with His image. Their ability to create incredible beauty reflects God’s own creativity. So whether Tavener, Pärt, Vaughn Williams, Hillier, Rutter, Joseph Jennings, and those fantastic King’s Singers acknowledge God’s rule through Christ or not, they bring glory to God.

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