Concordia Theological Seminary – Fort Wayne, IN


Concordia Theological Seminary – Fort Wayne, IN

Fort Wayne, Indiana

Making Music for the Lord: The Role of Choral Music in the Divine Service According to Chronicles and the New Testament

Dr. John W. Kleinig

Australian Lutheran College

South Australia, Australia

South Australia, Australia




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Course Readings

Readings link will be emailed with order confirmation.

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this Course?


Prof. Jeffrey Pulse
Phone: (260) 452-2273
Email: Jeffrey.Pulse@ctsfw.edu

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LeeAnna Rondot
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Reading List:

1. Basic Reading: John W. Kleinig. The Lord’s Song: The Basis, Function and Significance of Choral Music in Chronicles. JSOTSup 156. JSOT Press: Sheffield, 1993.

2. Wider Reading (accessible via the web at www.johnkleinig.com in John W. Kleinig Lutheran Theological Resources).

“Bach, Chronicles, and Church Music.” Logia 9/3, 7-10, 2000.

“The Incarnation and Music.” Pages 69-79 in Marian Free and others (eds.), That Our Joy May Be Full: Essays on the Incarnation for the New Millennium, Openbook: Adelaide, 2000.

“The Mystery of Doxology.” Pages 129-47 in Paul T. McCain and John R. Stephenson, Mysteria Dei. Essays in Honor of Kurt Marquart, Concordia Theological Seminary Press: Fort Wayne, 2000.

“Singing with Grace in Our Hearts: The Function of Hymnody in Its Cultural Context.” Pages 103-17 in J. Bart Day and others (eds.), Teach Me Thy Way, O Lord: Essays in Honor of Glen Zweck, the Zweck Festschrift Committee: Housten, 2000.

“What’s the Use of Praising God?” Lutheran Theological Journal 38/2, 76-88, 2004.

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