Stephen Roberts explores the theology of Lady Gaga, and what her music has to do with monstrosity and the Bible.
To introduce a new set of resources to encourage and enable churches to reflect on the hymns and songs they use in worship, Research Associate Peter King invites us to watch our words.
Music therapist, Rebecca Parnaby-Rooke, shares the ways in which music, including worship music, can cause harm, especially to survivors of spiritual abuse.
An exploration by Research Student Carolyn Whitnall of the song ‘Raise a Hallelujah’ in its role during the #LetUsWorship ‘protest tour’ arranged by Sean Feucht.
Delvyn Case on his 20-minute solo cantata: ‘The Binding of Isaac According to the Elohist’, that brings to life the famous biblical story of Abraham and Isaac.
What might it mean if our hymns use words of violence from scripture in their praise of God, or their condemnation of others?