religion and music
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A 2017 course by Merril Smoak at Gateway Seminary covers the "biblical and theological origins of worship" as well as Christian spirituality.
A 2013 course by Michael Brandon McCormack at Louisville Presbyterian Theological Seminary seeks "to foster critical reflection on the relationship between black churches, religious practices and popular culture in the post- Civil Rights era."
A 2001 course by Ann Matter at the University of Pennsylvania explores "the intersection of Christian theology, liturgy and in the work of Johann Sebastian Bach."
A course by Todd Lewis at College of the Holy Cross focuses"on the phenomenon of religion in comparative and global perspective, exploring the connections between religious doctrines, rituals, and cultural performances."
A 2014 course by Milner Seifert at Bexley Seabury Seminary provides "a survey of choral literature with attention to its historical aspects, performance practice, and appropriateness in the context of Christian worship and the Church year."
A 2014 course by Ron Anderson at Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary provides "a historical and theological overview of church music. Although there will be some semblance to surveys of music history, it will focus on the various histories and traditions that have primarily shaped the practice of church music in North America."