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Calvin M. Johansson

Professor of Music

Evangel University

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Evangel University

1111 N. Glenstone Ave.

Springfield, Missouri,65802

United States

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Evangel University in Springfield, Missouri serves more than 2,200 students and 400 faculty and staff and is spread over 100 acres. There are 1,100 students living on campus in seven dorms. Due to a high student and faculty complaint volume regarding the ins... more

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The second significant study is by Calvin M. Johansson, who is Professor of Music at Evangel College in Springfield, Missouri.
He has written several books on church music, including a doctoral dissertation.7 In Discipling Music Ministry. Twenty-first Century Directions, Johansson shows how "tracing the history of Western worldviews gives us a clear picture of culture's steady drift toward human autonomy. Contrary to Luther, Calvin and Zwingli censured the singing of lyrics not found in the Scripture, allowing only the Psalms to be sung in worship. Contrary to Calvin, Luther did not perceive the church as separate from society; in his philosophy, secular elements could be transformed according to a new understanding."25 Calvin M. Johansson, "Some theological Considerations Foundational to a Philosophy of church Music," DMA dissertation, Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary (Fort Worth, Texas, 1974); Music and Ministry: A Biblical Counterpoint (Peabody, MA, 1998). Calvin M. Johansson, Discipling Music Ministry. Twenty-First Century Directions (Peabody, MA, 1992), p. 45. Calvin M. Johansson (note 8), p. 36. Calvin M. Johansson (note 8), p. 48.


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Dr. Calvin Johansson (retired)
Evangel College, Springfield, Missouri as Drs. Westermeyer, Johansson, Daw, and Music. . . All too often, positions on the subject reflect personal preferences that are many times the


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by Calvin M. Johansson
Johansson examines this and other crucial questions concerning church music and offers "redirection" for the function of music ministry in the life of the modern church. "Calvin Johansson sets forth a strong case for a worship that arises out of the gospel. "Calvin Johansson is a prophet with an important message for pastors, worship leaders, and church musicians of our day. Calvin M. Johansson has served as a church music director for four decades. He is Professor of Music at Evangel College. He is the author of Music and Ministry: A Biblical Counterpoint, and Discipling Music Ministry: Twenty-first Century Directions.


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by Calvin M. Johansson
In a time of facile musical accommodation of the gospel to culture, Dr. Johansson suggests that a heightened concern for musical style and quality is in order-not for the sake of music, but for the sake of the gospel. Reviews ". . . one of the most thorough-going volumes on the theology of church music today. Professor Johansson takes the role of the prophet, calling us to ponder deeply the biblical principles which must shape the nature of the Church's song. He calls us to listen carefully to our culture and yet not succumb to it. This is a book for pastors, musicians, and, indeed, any person of faith who wishes to reflect critically on how the music which we sing at worship shapes the way we live out our calling as God's holy people." -Martin Jean, School of Music and Institute of Sacred Music, Yale University "Professor Johansson knows the difference between entertainment and ministry. Calvin M. Johansson has served as a church music director for four decades. He is Professor of Music at Evangel College. He is the author of Music and Ministry: A Biblical Counterpoint, and Discipling Music Ministry: Twenty-first Century Directions.


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Presenter: Dr. Calvin Johansson (Cameo)
This presentation will give us a brief overview of the very large subject of Christian hymnody. Dr. Johansson, retired Professor of Music at Evangel College authored two critically acclaimed texts that have become part of the music curriculum of many colleges and universities throughout this country and the world. We are fortunate to have his expertise as we ask the question, "What makes a hymn?


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