Clyde Symonnette’s New Article at New Wineskins

WineskinsbannerDavid’s Psalms in the New Testament Church, by Clyde Symonnette. This will be shortly followed by an article by Ryan Christian on organizing an instrumental service and then a conclusion by me. That’ll be it.

The article by Clyde is a last-minute addition I prevailed on him to write, using material from comments he’d posted. His ideas were so intriguing, I just had to get them into article form!

The complete list is —

Introduction — The Instrumental Music Issue, by Jay Guin

On God’s Salvation, Galatians, and the Instrument, by Jay Guin

“Thy Kingdom Come” and the Instrument, by Jay Guin

The Early Church on Christian Music, by Danny Corbitt

Reconsidering Ephesians 5:19, by Clyde Symonette

Psallo: Lost in the Translation, by Danny Corbitt

Reflective or Regulative, by Al Maxey

An Afternoon with Rick Atchley and Chris Seidman, Part 1

An Afternoon with Rick Atchley and Chris Seidman, Part 2

An Afternoon with Rick Atchley and Chris Seidman, Part 3

An Afternoon with Rick Atchley and Chris Seidman, Part 4

Reflections on My Interview with Rick Atchley and Chris Seidman, by Jay Guin

David’s Psalms in the New Testament Church, by Clyde Symonnette

Beyond the Pitch Pipe, by Ryan Christian

And so, In Conclusion, by Jay Guin

Please make a point of helping to spread the word about this series — among all factions of the Churches of Christ. These articles won’t do much good unless they’re widely read. Post notes in aippropriate forums and on your own blogs and otherwise help be sure these articles are noticed. As the next few posts will show, this won’t be just a rehash of the old canned arguments.

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About Jay F Guin

My name is Jay Guin, and I’m a retired elder. I wrote The Holy Spirit and Revolutionary Grace about 18 years ago. I’ve spoken at the Pepperdine, Lipscomb, ACU, Harding, and Tulsa lectureships and at ElderLink. My wife’s name is Denise, and I have four sons, Chris, Jonathan, Tyler, and Philip. I have two grandchildren. And I practice law.
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2 Responses to Clyde Symonnette’s New Article at New Wineskins

  1. Jeff says:

    All this rigamoreu on instruments when just changing the name of your church would fix it all. Shameful.

  2. Anonymous says:

    "Jeff",

    You have the very same IP address as "Larry." You may not participate in these discussions under false pretenses — such as trying to leave the impression that there is more than one person making these arguments or posting under a false email address.

    Please email me at jfguin(at)comcast(dot)net and provide me with your real name and email address and assure me that you intend to comply with blog policies. I'll have other questions for private conversation. Please make no further comments until we've had a private conversation.

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