I have been going through old post and doing some tweaking for SEO (search-engine optimization). Going through my music posts all 102 of them I started thinking about hymns and modern worship music. Personally, I enjoy both. One thought hit me as I was reading the lyrics for Charles Wesley’s And Can It Be was the theological depth of his work. Yes, I know Wesley was a theologian. So, my question is are there any modern worship composers that revival Wesley? Michael Card, Andrew Peterson and Rich Mullins certainly have depth but their work not do necessarily contain great theological statements. Michael W. Smith and David Crowder are certainly great musicians and innovators but not necessarily theologians. Any?
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