What's Wrong with Modern Church Music?

From an American newspaper in an article objecting to new trends in church music.

There are several reasons for opposing it.

1. It’s too new.

2. It’s often worldly, even blasphemous.

3. The new Christian music is not as pleasant as the more established style.

4. Because there are so many new songs you can’t learn them all.

5. It puts too much emphasis on instrumental music rather than Godly lyrics.

6. The new music creates disturbances making people act indecently and disorderly.

7. The preceding generation got along perfectly without it.

8. It’s a moneymaking scam.

9. And some of these new music upstarts are lewd and loose.

You might think this was written recently. But it was written by an American preacher, a church leader attacking Isaac Watts, the hymn writer who wrote the hymn “When I Survey the Wondrous Cross” published in 1707.

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Brenton Brown
Brenton Brown has written some of the best-loved worship songs in the world today, including “Everlasting God,” “Lord Reign in Me,” “All Who Are Thirsty,” and “Hallelujah (Your Love is Amazing).” He currently has five songs in CCLI’s Top 100. Originally from South Africa, Brenton came to the U.K. in 1996 and joined Vineyard Church as a worship leader. He would eventually lead the development of the Vineyard worship movement, which has grown to impact the Church worldwide.  Now based in California with his wife Jude, Brenton has a worldwide ministry in leading worship, songwriting and speaking. Explore Brenton’s music and learn more about him at BrentonBrown.com.