Reformed Praise

I’ve just discovered a new website – perhaps others are more familiar with it… I find that often my love for reformed theology is at a loss when it comes to music because there are very few artists who produce consistently good songs (both musically and lyrically). Sovereign Grace Music is one notable exception as I have enjoyed much of their music.

Anyway, http://www.reformedpraise.org is the site I am talking about. Their featured song is “The Gospel of Grace” – really cool!

James Cuénod
Student at Wheaton College
I love Jesus, preach his Gospel, disciple his children, study his word and I am incurably passionate about the glory of God.
Inching my way towards teaching pastors in South Africa. Student at Wheaton College. Excited by Hermeneutics, Old Testament and Biblical Theology.
  • Pierre Queripel

    Thanks for this site.

    Worth a listen: Ken Meyers on the possibility of musical meaning
    http://www.canonwired.com/epiphany-lectures/

    I’m all for certain modern hymns and for certain traditional hymns, but generally not in favour of modernised traditional hymns, for reasons that Meyers explains well, I think (not that the lectures are limited to this subject).