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The Sabbath and Worship Music

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3. Ibid., pp. 72-73.

4. Hal Spencer and Lynn Keesecker, “We Get Lifted Up,” Works of Heart (Alexandria, IN, 1984), p. 44.

5. Calvin M. Johansson, Discipling Music Ministry: Twenty-First Century Directions (Peabody, MA, 1992), p. 52.

6. Philip Gold, “Gospel Music Industry Finds ItsAmazing Grace,” Insight (December 17, 1990), p. 46.

7. Frank Garlock and Kurt Woetzel, Music in the Balance (Greenville, NC, 1992), p.124.

8. “Spirit of Pop Moves Amy Grant,” Boston Herald (April 9, 1986), p.

27.

    • 9.

      Norval Peace, And Worship Him (Nashville, TN, 1967), p. 8.

    • 10.

      Calvin M. Johansson (note 5), p. 42.

    • 11.

      Dale A. Jorgenson, Christianity and Humanism (Joplin, MO, 1983),

  • p.

    49.

    • 12.

      C. Raymond Holmes, Sing a New Song! Worship Renewal for Adven-

tists Today (Berrien Springs, MI, 1984), p. 41. 13. Richard Paquier, Dynamics of Worship (Philadelphia,PA, 1967), p.

22.

14. Oscar Cullman, Early Christian Worship (Philadelphia,PA, 1953), p.

8.

15. Michael Anthony Harris, “The Literary Function of the Hymns in the Apocalypse of John,” Ph D. Dissertation, Baptist Theological Seminary (Louisville, KY, 1988), p. 305.

16. F. Forrester Church and Terrance J. Mulry, Earliest Christian Hymns (New York, 1988), p. x.

17. Thomas Allen Seel, A Theology of Music for Worship Derived from the Book of Revelation (Metuchen, NJ, 1995), p. 84.

  • 18.

    Ibid., p. 126.

  • 19.

    GeorgeA. Buttrick, ed., The Interpreter’s Bible (Nashville,TN, 1982),

vol. 12, p. 420. 20. Thomas Allen Seel (note 18), p. 124.

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