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Abelman, R. (2006). Without divine intervention: Contemporary Christian music radio and audience transference. Journal of Media and Religion, 5(4), 209–231.
Abelman, R. (2006). Without Divine Intervention: Contemporary Christian Music Radio and Audience Transference. Journal of Media & Religion, 5(4), 209–231. https://doi.org/10.1207/s15328415jmr0504_1
Adolphson, J. V. (2011). It’s Still Rock and Roll to Me: Christian Heavy Metal and the Problem of Authenticity. Rock Brands: Selling Sound in a Media Saturated Culture, 153.
Adorno, T. W. (1999). Conclusion: Contemporary Christian Music and the Contemporary Christian Life. Apostles of Rock: The Splintered World of Contemporary Christian Music, 185.
Baker-Wright, M. K. (2007). Intimacy and Orthodoxy: evaluating existing paradigms of contemporary worship music. Missiology, 35(2), 169–178.
Balslev-Clausen, P. (2009). Hymns and Hymn-Singing as an Indicator of the Situation of the Church. Dialog, 48(4), 358–363. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1540-6385.2009.00484.x
Beckford, R. (2006). Jesus dub : theology, music and social change. London: Routledge.
Begbie, J. (2007). Resounding truth: Christian wisdom in the world of music. Baker Academic.
Bergt, R. (2008). The first evangelical oratorio. Currents in Theology and Mission, 35(3), 168–176.
Black, L. (2005). Be thou my vision : the power of Christian music. Cincinnati OH: Standard Publishing.
Black, D. (1992). Church music bibliography : suggested titles for the bible college libraries. Fayatteville Ark.: American Association of Christian Colleges.
Bos, G. (2011). What if God Was One of Us: American Artists and Their Religious Messages.
Bossius, T. (2011). Religion and popular music in Europe : new expressions of sacred and secular identity. London: I.B. Tauris.
Brown, F. B. (2001). Aesthetics, music, and theology: a review of current literature. ARTS, 13(2), 32–35.
Brown, F. B. (2005). Christian music: more than just the words. Theology Today, 62(2), 223–229.
Brown, F. B. (2005). On not giving short shrift to the arts in liturgy: the testimony of Pope Benedict XVI (Cardinal Ratzinger). ARTS, 17(1), 13–19.
Byrne, J. H., & Australian Catholic University. (2005). Sacred or profane the influence of Vatican legislation on music in the Catholic Archdiocese of Melbourne.
Callaway, K. (2010). The theological and religious significance of music in film.
Chou, H.-T. G., & Russell, R. (2006). The effects of organizational characteristics on the adoption of the contemporary worship style among Taiwanese congregations. Review of Religious Research, 48(1), 33–49.
Church Music Association of America. (2006). Frequently asked questions on sacred music. [Richmond Va.: Church Music Association of America.
Clarke, M. (2009). John Wesley’s “Directions for singing”: Methodist hymnody as an expression of Methodist beliefs in thought and practice. Methodist History, 47(4), 196–209.
Clothier, K. H. (2003). Music and the Christian. [S.l.: s.n.] ;
Cloud, D. (2006). Contemporary Christian music : some questions answered and some warnings given. Port Huron Mich.: Way of Life Literature.
Cole, L.-A. (2001). Contemporary Christian music : a critical insider’s view. [S.l.: s.n.].
Colville, J. (2007). Practicing Our Faith: Incorporating Liturgical Music into the Catholic School Curriculum. Victorian Journal of Music Education, (2007), 52.
Cosgrove, C. H. (2006). Clement of Alexandria and early Christian music. Journal of Early Christian Studies, 14(3), 255–282.
Creegan, N. H. (2010). Models and metaphors: high-energy Christianity: Stimulus, 18(3), 35–38.
Cusic, D. (2010). Encyclopedia of contemporary Christian music : pop, rock, and worship. Santa Barbara Calif.: Greenwood Press.
Cusic, D. (2012). Saved by song : a history of gospel and Christian music. Jackson: University Press of Mississippi.
Daniélou, A. (2003). Sacred music : its origins, powers, and future : traditional music in today’s world. Varanasi: Indica Books.
Daniels, D. D. (2008). “Gotta moan sometime”: a sonic exploration of earwitnesses to early Pentecostal sound in North America. Pneuma, 30(1), 5–32.
Dartmouth College., & Padgett, R. (2009). Jesus rocks my soul : contemporary Christian music and the evangelical consumer.
De Luca, J. A. (2001). A vision found and lost: the promotion and evolving interpretation of the movement for liturgical musical reform within the Sydney Catholic Church during the twentieth century. Sydney, NSW: University of New South Wales.
Demers, I. (2011). Bach as theologian : motives, key structures, and accidentals in the St. John Passion.
Devine, K. (2011). The Popularity of Religious Music and the Religiosity of Popular Music. Scottish Music Review, 2(1).
Dowley, T. (2011). Christian music : a global history (Fortress Press ed.). Minneapolis: Fortress Press.
Dunham, D. (1992). Art, theology and the music of the church.
Dyer, P. (1994). The use of oral communication methods (storytelling, song music, and drama) in health education, evangelism, and Christian maturation.
Exum, J. (2007). Retellings the Bible in literature, music, art and film. Leiden ;;Boston : Brill,.
Fisher, A. (2004). Music and religious identity in counter-reformation Augsburg, 1580-1630. Aldershot Hants England ;;Burlington VT: Ashgate.
Flux, C. (2006). Music evangelism : spreading the Gospel through music. Bloomington IN: Author House.
Foley, E. (2009). Foundations of Christian music the music of pre-Constantinian Christianity. Piscataway : Gorgias Press,.
Freccero, C. (1992). Our Lady of MTV: Madonna’s" Like a Prayer". Boundary 2, 19(2), 163–183.
Friedmann, J. (2011). Music, theology, and worship : selected writings,1841-1896. Jefferson N.C.: McFarland.
Friedmann, J. (2009). The value of sacred music : an anthology of essential writings, 1801-1918. Jefferson N.C.: McFarland.
Garrett, G. (2009). We get to carry each other : the Gospel according to U2 (1st ed.). Louisville Ky.: Westminster John Knox Press.
Gersztyn, B. (2012). Jesus rocks the world : the definitive history of contemporary Christian music. Santa Barbara Calif.: Praeger.
Gordon, A. D., & Shaw, D. R. . (n.d.). Communication Theories, Missiology and Music.
Gormly, E. (2003). Evangelizing Through Appropriation: Toward a Cultural Theory on the Growth of Contemporary Christian Music. Journal of Media & Religion, 2(4), 251–265.
Gormly, E. (2003). Evangelizing through appropriation: Toward a cultural theory on the growth of contemporary Christian music. Journal of Media and Religion, 2(4), 251–265.