Analysis of Contemporary Christian Music

Over the next few weeks, a team of us is taking time to slow down and analyze the theological significance of the contemporary Christian music from WOW 2008. This page will be updated as more and more posts come about. After we have finished analyzing the songs, we plan to write a cohesive paper that brings together all of the ideas here. Below are the list of the songs we have already analyzed. If there is no link, it means we have not gotten to that particular song yet.

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Songs from WOW 2008

  • Made to Worship: Chris Tomlin
  • Mountain of God: Third Day
  • Hold Fast: Mercy Me
  • Praise You in the Storm: Casting Crowns
  • Undo: Rush of Fools
  • Awaken: Natalie Grant
  • Find Your Wings: Natalie Grant
  • By His Wounds: Glory Revealed
  • Every Time I Breath: Big Daddy Weave
  • Walking Her Home: Mark Schulz
  • Over My Head: Brian Littrell
  • Come to the Cross: Michael W. Smith
  • Give it All Away: Aaron Schust
  • Bless the Broken Road: Selah
  • History: Matthew West
  • Set the World on Fire: Britt Nicole
  • Still Call me Sons: John Waller
  • Made to Love: Toby Mac
  • I Need you to Love Me: Barlow Girl
  • Something Beautiful: Newsboys
  • Me and Jesus: Stellar Kart
  • The Show: Hawk Nelson
  • Forgiven: Reliant K
  • What it Means: Jeremy Camp
  • Nothing Left to Lose: Mat Kearney
  • Only the World: Mandisa
  • Don’t Give Up: Sanctus Real
  • Breathe Into Me: Red
  • Stand in the Rain: Superchick
  • Work: Jars of Clay
  • Tears of the Saints: Leeland
  • I believe: Building 429
  • What If – PureNRG
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  1. […] going on at Kingdom Conversations that are dealing with an analysis of the theological value of contemporary Christian music.  There are new posts there on Chris Tomlin’s Made to Worship (by yours truly), and another […]

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