Different Commandments: Sola Scriptura and Theologies of Worship in the Protestant Reformation

That’s the title of a paper that Joshua Busman read at a recent conference at Duke University.  It’s a nice piece of work primarily because Busman is one of the few these days that gets Zwingli right on the subject of Church music.  Give it a read.

3 responses to “Different Commandments: Sola Scriptura and Theologies of Worship in the Protestant Reformation

  1. jim,

    let me add to your praise for busman’s paper. it is an excellent brief survey of different views of the use of instrumental music in worship, and the various appeals to, interestingly enough, the first (and perhaps second) commandments to support these claims.

    i’d love to see him follow up this paper with more about the possible socio-political motivations behind each of their conclusions.

    excellent job!

    robert cargill

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