Fear Of Whales

Tales of a reluctant minister

Theologically Correct

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Lord I lift your name on High

Lord I long to sing your praises

I’m so glad you’re in my life

I’m so glad you came to save us

You came from heaven to earth

to show the way

from the earth to the cross

my debt to pay

from the cross to the grave

from the grave to Peter, and then to the 11, and then to the disciples on the road, and then to the 12 with Thomas, and then to more than 500 brothers most of whom are still alive though some have fallen asleep and then finally to Paul and then to the sky

Lord I lift your name on high

Sometimes people insist old classics are more theologically correct than modern Christian songs. Sometimes I wonder if those people have ever heard those songs. It doesn’t get much more theologically incorrect than denying the resurrection

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Written by RyanGaffney

March 3, 2015 at 10:17 pm

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  1. Most people who say that the “old classics” are theologically more accurate are not referring to songs from this era. They are usually referring to songs that have been in the hymn books for over 50 years

    Denny Fusek

    March 7, 2015 at 4:40 pm


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