“Why don’t we sing less and get on with the good stuff?” “Why are we singing so many new songs?” “Why in the world are we singing this?!”
In Theology That Sticks, pastor, hymn-writer (“His Robes for Mine”), and all-around music junkie Chris Anderson addresses these kinds of questions with humor, warmth, and an open Bible. Theology That Sticks is intentionally positive, providing extensive research, well-reasoned teaching, and small-group discussion questions to help churches and Christians embrace the life-changing practice of biblical singing! With a 12-part grid to help believers measure songs objectively, this book considers what Scripture says about the kinds of songs Christians should sing.
As evidenced by its enthusiastic endorsements, this book will help you choose songs on purpose, grow in your faith, delight in your God, and even combat your sin. May you be moved to worship our Savior as you read about the life-changing power of hymns—theology that sticks.
“A thoughtful compendium of biblical reasons why the teaching of sound doctrine through hymns is so vital to the life and well-being of the church.”
—John MacArthur, writer and pastor of Grace Community Church, California
“The message in this book is simple: It matters what we sing!”
—Conrad Mbewe, pastor and founder of African Christian University
“A well-studied book on how our theology shapes our doxology.”
—Steven J. Lawson, president of OnePassion Ministries
“A thoughtful book bristling with biblical guidance designed to help Christians worship God with theological depth and power.”
—Milton Vincent, pastor and author of A Gospel Primer for Christians
(Read all 24 endorsements here)