Philosophy of Worship Arts

Course number: GS362     Credit hours: 3 hrs

The arts have always been central to worship expression. This continues to be true in the today; however, in many cases there seems to be an unhealthy and unbiblical equation of music and worship. This is often to the exclusion of other historical and biblical worship expressions. During this course, students will explore how a more robust expression of the arts can be integrated in corporate worship and develop a philosophy of worship arts, as they relate to corporate worship practice and church ministry.

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