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Hymns for Lent

Julie Tennent shares some hymns to engage with this Lenten season. Whether you reflect on these hymns as rich poetry or sing them in a personal times of worship, let these be a soul enriching part of your time spent with the Lord. These are also great suggestions for worship leaders when selecting songs during Lent.
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In today's Seven Minute Seminary video, Dr. Steven Bruns looks back to history in order to discover the models used by the church during some of the church's most vibrant eras.

Throughout the ages, God’s people have gathered before Him in song. Here are five reasons why we should celebrate this gift of music.
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In this Seven Minute Seminary, Craig Keener reminds us that salvation, even in the Old Testament, was always by grace through faith.
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In this Seven Minute Seminary, Craig Keener helps explain the context of Israel's laws by pointing out that many of the laws were admittedly meant to limit sin, not abolish it altogether.
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In this Seven Minute Seminary video, Dr. Craig Keener works through other ancient law codes, such as the Code of Hammurabi, and highlights both the similarities and contrasts with the biblical law.

Sometime after the Israelite exile, the Psalms were collected and grouped into the rough outline we currently have in the Christian canon. Read seven reasons why we should sing these psalms.
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In this Seven Minute Seminary, Craig Keener helps situate the Tabernacle in its ancient context, noting both its similarities and contrasts with other temples in the region.

The Psalms can be very turbulent, filled with anguish, and raw with emotion, but also full of deep theology. That's plenty reason to sing the Psalms.

In A Metrical Psalter: The Book of Psalms Set to Meter for Singing, Julie and Timothy Tennent have faithfully set the biblical text into poetical form in a beautiful hardback book—not writing new poetry about the Psalms, but following the exact text of the psalm as closely as possible.