• Hymnody in the Making: An Interview with Jeff Lippencott and R.C. Sproul Article by Jeff Lippencott

    FROM TABLETALK | October 2015

    Tabletalk: How did you become interested in composing hymns? R.C. Sproul: During the Reformation, Martin Luther wanted to reform the whole church—primarily at the point of doctrine. But he also said that the life of the church has to be enriched by more than just doctrine. And so Luther composed music. Second only to biblical truth, he argued, music stirs the soul and brings it to the transcendent majesty of reverence and worship. An “ah-ha!” moment happened to me when I went on a trip to Eastern Europe at the time when the Soviet Union collapsed. We went into … View Resource

  • Vehicles for Giving the Self: An Interview with Michael Card Article by Michael Card

    FROM TABLETALK | February 2011

    Tabletalk: Please tell us a little about the sort of ministry you are involved in these days. Michael Card: The ministry I am involved with these days is fundamentally the same one that’s been going on for thirty years: trying to facilitate biblical understanding through any means available to me. In the past this has been primarily through music, but increasingly I have more opportunities to simply teach, often in connection to concerts. TT: What project(s) are you working on currently? MC: I am currently working on volume 2 of a series on the Gospels called “The Biblical Imagination … View Resource