Have you ever felt frustrated with the words of the worship songs that we sing? Why are they so forgettable? Why are they filled with such weird language? Where have all the writers gone?
Combining humour with strong argument, Nick Page analyses how worship song writers have bought into a disposable, ‘pop-song’ model; how they have filled their songs with a kind of semi-Biblical code and how songs suffer from poor technique and a lack of specialist lyric writers.
Above all it encourages writers to really think about the words of their songs and whether they really communicate truth about God – truth which should lead to worship.
Passionate, controversial and laugh-out-loud funny, this is essential reading for Christians today.