The mystical comfort of music

Immediately following the 2016 US presidential election, the very last place I wanted to go to for comfort was my church.  I’m not alone in this.  I attend a fairly-conservative, mostly-white Republican Evangelical church in a similarly populated town.  As a registered Democrat, I suddenly felt politically and ideologically “naked” among my fellow parishioners like […]

Bernstein’s Mass

For my church choir’s annual Christmas concert two weeks ago, one of the solos was a piece from Bernstein’s Mass, titled “Hymn and Psalm: A Simple Song.”  It’s a very modern sounding song, not at all like traditional requiem masses.  At times, it was very dissonant and haunting, other times similar to big band Broadway.  […]

weekend blogging at CBE

Hey bloggers, I was given a cool opportunity to contribute to the blog Christians for Biblical Equality. It’s an organization that Sarah and I support. They are active in promoting equality between the sexes from a Christian perspective. This weekend, Sarah and I are attending an international conference in Denver and I’ll be posting about […]

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