Hearing and Believing

Martin V. Clarke argues that the participatory experiences of singing together with fellow believers were crucial to the development and sustenance of personal faith, and that believers shared accounts of such experiences in ways that they knew would be understood by their readers as indicative of the depth and sincerity of their spirituality. Image courtesy of Martin V. Clarke.

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