Wineskins series on Instrumental Music from 2010

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Back in late 2010, I edited an issue of the Wineskins online magazine dealing with instrumental music. That was followed by a series of articles here responding to various questions and criticisms.

When we converted Wineskins to a new server a couple of years ago, all the links broke due to the new archiving software. They are now fixed. Here are updated links to the articles as well as the articles posted at OneInJesus:

Articles at Wineskins:

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

Articles at OneInJesus:

New Wineskins: A Thought Experiment on Sola Scriptura and the Historical Argument, Part 1

New Wineskins: A Series of Comments re Instrumental Music and the Mission of God

New Wineskins: A Thought Experiment on Sola Scriptura and the Historical Argument, Part 2

New Wineskins: Series Gets Mentioned at “Jesus Creed”

New Wineskins: A Thought Experiment on Sola Scriptura and the Historical Argument, Part 3

New Wineskins on Galatians and the Instrument, by Kyle Pope

New Wineskins, In Reply to Kyle Pope (Does Galatians Apply to Instrumental Music?)

New Wineskins, In Reply to Kyle Pope (Faith Only?)

New Wineskins, In Reply to Kyle Pope (What Keeps Us From …?)

New Wineskins: HistoryGuy’s Questions, Part 1

New Wineskins: HistoryGuy’s Questions, Part 2

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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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