Oh, Be Careful Little Ears

Oh, Be Careful Little Ears : Contemporary Christian Music...is That in the Bible?

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Oh, Be Careful Little Earsis a brief overview of the development of Christian music from both historical and biblical perspectives, showing why CCM is not biblical from a Scriptural point of view. Do you know that Scripture teaches us that Christian music should be non-carnal, yet much contemporary Christian music is carnal? Do you know that it s easy to identify carnal Christian music? Do you know why carnal music is not pleasing to God? Oh, Be Careful Little Ears discusses each of these and more from a biblical perspective. You will learn... ...actual New Testament Scriptures which give direction concerning Christian music. ...how to identify carnal Christian music and why it s carnal. ...why good motivations should not be the only consideration for the Christian s music. ...why adding Christian lyrics alone does not make all types of music acceptable. ...and much more! Chapter titles include: "The Origins of Unnatural Rhythms"; "Where Have All the Hymns Gone?"; "A Brief History of Christian Music"; "A Word About 'Pop' Music"; and "What Difference Does it Make?" plus six more. Many Christians are truly sincere in their choice of music, and this book acknowledges the controversy that exists in Christian music. A full chapter is devoted to common and very emotional excuses that are given in defense of contemporary Christian music. "
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  • Paperback | 143 pages
  • 140 x 211 x 9mm | 177g
  • English
  • 1579210457
  • 9781579210458
  • 1,280,108

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