I couldn't resist! When a well-known worship-leader publicly posts his opposition to exclusive psalmody, I recognize that as an open challenge. (And thank you for providing the link, Don.)
- I like the way this guy thinks!Bob Kauflin said:We need to interpret different elements of corporate worship consistently. If preaching and praying are to be regulated differently than songs of praise, what do we do with the Psalms that contain prayers and teaching? Don’t we pray when we sing? Don’t we teach and admonish one another when we sing (Col. 3:16)? If we can’t use songs from the book of Revelation because they’re integral parts of that prophecy, should we sing the parts of the Psalter that are prophetic (e.g., Ps. 110)? We run into all kinds of problems when we try to categorize our responses to God in stricter ways than he himself has.