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    In our last post, we discovered the beginnings of a profoundly enchanting narrative of aural redemption. This narrative...

    For nearly a decade now, my family and I have been part of the Eastern Orthodox communion. The particular church to which...

    Steve Turley on Ancient Faith Radio

    by Steve Turley on May 21, 2015 9:09:31 PM

    Bobby Maddex of Ancient Faith Radio interviews Dr. Steve Turley on his new book, Awakening Wonder: A Classical Guide to...

    In our last post, we found that music was profoundly moral for the formative period of the church. Music was either...

    In our last post, we discovered the music of the spheres, the ancient Greek idea that as the planets revolved around...

    In our last post, we explored music in the Hebraic world of the Old Testament. We found that Job describes how the...

    In our last post, we examined the musical perspective that dominates our age: what we called musical relativism. This...

    The last notes of the Sanctus from the early seventeenth-century English composer William Byrd’s Mass for Four Voices...

    In our last post, we discovered that music is far more than mere entertainment or recreation; in fact, music is a form of...

    In our previous post, we discovered that we live in a world dominated by ‘visualism,’ a deep ideological partiality...