Category Archives: musicology

The House Church and Its Relevance for Starting New Churches

Note: Over the next number of Mondays, I will be posting portions of my doctoral dissertation which I wrote in 1995 and 1996. Much of the material is still relevant for the missio Dei today.  The focus of my dissertation … Continue reading

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Lutheran Bible Translators: Making it possible for people to read God’s Word in their “heart” language

Luther translated the Bible into the German language so that German people could read the Gospel in a language that was understandable to them. Lutheran Bible Translators (USA) and Lutheran Bible Translators – Canada continue this practice of translating God’s … Continue reading

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Singing a New Song!

What do music and Scripture translation have in common?   Bible translation is more than about translation work.  As important as it is to translate God’s Word into the “heart” language of people; it is equally important to teach them how … Continue reading

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