The Zwingli Statue in Zurich
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Because of all the talks about “instrumental” and “a cappella” church music recently, I couldn’t help but look at this picture of Zwingli’s statue and think, “hmmm, still practicing what he preached: there may be a song on his heart, but not on his lips.”
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