Mark Allan Powell
Powell is professor of New Testament at Trinity Lutheran Seminary, Columbus, Ohio and author of the Encyclopedia of Contemporary Christian Music (Hendrickson, 2002).
Articles by Mark Allan Powell:
- Album asks: What would you die for?
Songs of praise & lament, trust & hope, prayers for deliverance & killers
- Rock band sound & theology rage on
Hybrid genre a musical home for P.O.D.
- Songs of faith relate to daily life
Velasquez addresses ultimate significance
- Group back, good as ever
Burlap To Cashmere's sound is eclectic, global
- Upbeat, everyday songs
Tomlin's worship music meant for home and church
- Grant gets serious
Songs of lament also contain much hope
- Dakota Road strikes again
Wide range of music by band from Minnesota
- Awake' to hard rock
Christian band Skillet releases hotly anticipated' album
- Music to raise the dead
Resurrection Band one of the unknown greats
- Facing hard times
Be confident, careful, grateful and generous
- Law & gospel both necessary
Scripture leads us to God in fear, in love
- Law & gospel bring God's word
Listen for each as you hear the Sunday lessons
- 'Redemption rock'
Artist gives new life to classic songs of faith
- Luther rocks opera
Music soaring, bombastic
- God & love songs
Tunes sparkle, feature substance
- Musical potluck
Artist shows his Lutheran roots
- Heartache and repair
Kim Hill's voice takes listeners on a journey
- Where you put your treasure...
That's where your heart will go
- Five hidden treasures
- Blackballing Jesus?
Jesus Seminar severely challenges the Bible's account of Jesus
- Peasant, prophet or Spirit person?
Sampling 1990s biographies of Jesus