Wednesday, October 27, 2010

"Worship is theology set to music..."

"Worship is theology set to music. The praises of Christ are christology in song since we praise him for who he and for what he has done. Praise is therefore energized and expanded by an increased vision of his accomplishments, and correspondingly limited whenever it fails to show forth the totality of his work."

-- Sinclair Ferguson, "For the Fame of God's Name" (Crossway), p. 186

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