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A Wise and concise look at the higher purpose that should undergird the Christian music industry.
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Scott Wesley Brown is condisered one of the pioneers of contemporary Christian music. Since he began his ministry in 1973 Scott has recorded over twenty albums and travelled to over forty countries worldwide. In addition to being an advocate for world missions, Scott is an inspiring songwriter, concert artist and teacher.Review:
"Scott Wesley Brown has delivered an impassioned plea for a Christ-centered music ministry. Digging deep into Old Testament artisans and Davidic Psalm writing, Scott has brought forth treasures to inspire and direct contemporary musicians and artists in the will of God for their talents and their lives." -- John Fischer, columnist CCM Magazine, author of Real Christians Don't Dance
"With the publishing of Keeping the Gospel in Gospel Music, the debate/discussion concerning contemporary Christian music makes a tremendous leap forward. With wisdom and above experience, Scott Wesley Brown weaves together clear Biblical exposition, outside resources, and his own personal insight. Anyone with a genuine interest in the redeeming of religious music for the cause of Christ must read this book." -- Michael Card, author, songwriter and recording artist
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Book Description ACW Press, 2001. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P110965674967