(CHRISTIAN HEADLINES) – Theologian and seminary president Albert Mohler says he would recommend that churches avoid singing music from "theologically aberrant" movements and instead embrace songs that are "tested" and "true."
On May 20, Mohler, the president of Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, addressed the issue on his podcast The Briefing. He was answering a question from a listener who asked if it is "wise to sing songs in worship" that come from "theologically aberrant movements – or churches or movements that teach false doctrine."
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Mohler began by noting that when Christians sing hymns, "we are thinking of the words of the hymn" and "not particularly the hymn writer."