How Can We Glorify God with One Mouth and One Heart? – Christian Article

//pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/js/adsbygoogle.js (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push(); The fathers of the Local Council of the Russian Orthodox Church, which took place in Moscow in 1917-1918, asserted that the task of “singing the chants at the Church Service can be assigned both to special choirs consisting of the professional musicians and to all people who are praying in the temple.” They even planned to include the Church singing into the curriculum of primary schools in order to help students be ready to…

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Hymnophobia | Thinking Out Loud

hymnophobia hɪm-noʊ-‘foʊb-iə – (adj) – having or possessing the fear of hymns or (n) the fear of hymns I think many contemporary churches suffer from Hymnophobia. By hymns, I don’t mean the classic hymns that have been adapted by contemporary songwriters, sometimes with the addition of a bridge. That works sometimes. By hymns, I don’t mean some of the ‘gospel’ hymns that came in the period of around 1940 and following. That’s the period that the present period is a…

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