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Tue, 22 Jul 2014 20:14:12 +0000hourly1https://wordpress.org/?v=4.9.1By: Jay
Wed, 30 Jun 2004 11:32:10 +0000http://www.hornes.org/?p=248#comment-670Mike, I tend to agree with your view of David as it applies to the development of the musical liturgy. However, the application of the liturgy by future generations would have been based on oral tradition, not the canonicle scriptures, so I’m still not sure what to do with it.
The other innovations seem to be just that, innovations, though they are clearly attempts to most nearly follow God’s law at the big picture level based on troublesome circumstances.
Wed, 30 Jun 2004 11:26:27 +0000http://www.hornes.org/?p=248#comment-669I think what we’re talking about ito pattern would be that David had some real prophetic access to God. through his gift of music he had one, which of itself wouldn’t be authoritative. However, when God affirmed David’s desire to build a house for Him, that explicit affirmation had to come from somewhere. To me this says even when it’s not recorded how, that God declared his affirmation explicitly to David: probably prophetically.
One of the issues of cessationism involves this, I think. God doesn’t prophetically acclaim a variation in worship now. I don’t know how that factors in, either.
Tue, 15 Jun 2004 23:46:42 +0000http://www.hornes.org/?p=248#comment-668Mark, I can’t find any reference to a pattern being given, though I obviously may be missing a reference somewhere.
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Tue, 15 Jun 2004 15:27:06 +0000http://www.hornes.org/?p=248#comment-667Really fascinating observations. Many of these require some real wrestling with. As you lay it out, I get the impression that there was some flexibility allotted to the organizers of worship.
Tue, 15 Jun 2004 02:48:28 +0000http://www.hornes.org/?p=248#comment-666Great stuff! On David’s musical innovation, see Peter Leithart, From Silence to Song.
One thing: Didn’t David receive the pattern for the Temple?