Doubtful Issues and Church Worship Preferences

June 14, 2016
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Podcast Episode #233


We welcome back Mike Harland to discuss church worship preferences and arguing over doubtful issues (Romans 14).

Some highlights from today’s episode include:

  • The subject of worship runs through the entire Bible. Who we worship and serve is of utmost importance.
  • Style of music is generally the most frequently debated worship issue in the church.
  • The tunes to a lot of our great hymns were originally for bar songs.
  • Don’t argue about doubtful issues—pursue unity and love.

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