Monthly Archives: August 2012

The Pursuit of Christian Excellence in Music

Today’s post, the first of my “fifth Friday” posts integrating my interests in music and theology, consists of more or less “recycled” material. The first version of this article was written in 2008, by which time I had firmly embraced … Continue reading

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Why Calvinism?!?

As I noted in last week’s post, while most of my writings here will be devoted to matters related to brass playing, on the fourth and fifth Fridays of each month I intend to indulge in a bit of writing … Continue reading

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The First Post

Welcome to “The Reforming Trombonist!” Since this is the first post, I am using this week’s entry to outline what kinds of topics will be discussed in this blog, and what I hope to accomplish by writing here. Since this … Continue reading

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