Articles & Papers

Eric Alexander, “Mission and Vision” (Urbana 1981)

Rob Baker, Places Where you Can Study Ethnomusicology

Edmund Clowney, “Declare His Glory among the Nations” (Urbana 1976)

Dave Hall, “The Top 10 Reasons Every Church-planting Team Needs a Worship-Arts Leader"

Robin Harris, "The Great Misconception: Why Music Is Not a Universal Language" (from Worship and Mission for the Global Church: An Ethnodoxology Handbook)

Robin Harris, Frank Fortunato, Ron Man, “We, Being Many Are One: A Fresh Look at a Global Understanding of Worship (featured articles in Worship Leader magazine, November/December 2009)

Joan Huyser-Honig, “Ethnodoxology: Calling All Peoples to Worship in Their Heart Language” (Calvin Institute of Christian Worship)

Lutheran World Federation, Nairobi Statement on Worship and Culture 

Ron Man, "The Bridge: Balancing Biblical Faithfulness and Cultural Sensitivity" (Mission Frontiers, September-October 2014)

Ron Man, “The Bridge: Worship and Culture”

Ron Man, "Creative Arts, Missions and Worship" (keynote address at Global Consultation on Music in Missions, Singapore, 2010)    POWERPOINT

Ron Man, "Ethnodoxology and Mission: Contextualized Worship and Arts for the Global Church" (workshop address at the American Society of Missiology, June 21, 2014, St. Paul Minnesota USA)    POWERPOINT

Ron Man, "God's Global Purpose"

Ron Man, "The Gospel: A Call to Worldwide Worship"

Ron Man, "Lessons from Global Worship" (presented to Biblical Worship section of the Evangelical Theological Society, San Francisco, 2011)

John Piper, "Gospel Worship: Holy Ambition for All the Peoples to Praise Christ" (presented to Bethlehem 2017 Conference for Pastors and Church Leaders)

John Piper, “Let the Nations Be Glad” (excerpt from book of same title)

Edward L. Smither, “‘Dressed for Worship’: Reflections on Worship in an International, Multi-cultural Church

John Witvliet, “Why Study Worship Worldwide?” (preface to Christian Worship Worldwide) 

Ed Yong, "The Surprising Musical Preferences of a Brazilian Tribe" (from The Atlantic)