ICYMI: The New York Times on Bach’s Bible

Music scholar Michael Marissen wrote recently in the New York Times on what we can learn about J. S. Bach’s faith and religious views from Bach’s notes in his personal copy of the Bible. That copy happens to reside in the Concordia Seminary Library and has been extensively studied by scholars and enthusiasts from around the world.

You can read the article at the New York Times website.

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