No, this is not about a musical arrangement for the viola, but about an interview that Modern Reformation Magazine did with Frank Viola.
There are several good questions and answers in this interview. One question about “the future of the emerging/emergent church movement” shows that the interviewer may not have known that much about Frank.
I really appreciated one question/answer in particular:
MR [Modern Reformation]: What does it mean to live a life of worship? How has worship shaped your understanding of God?
Frank: Worship doesnâ€™t lead to Jesus Christ. Jesus Christ leads to worship. Worship hasnâ€™t shaped my understanding of God. The Lord Jesus Christ has. Knowing Christ intimately and exploring His riches leads to love, adoration, worship, awe, and sheer amazement. Living by Christ is a life of love and awe. Heâ€™s the most incredible person in the universe. When we get a sighting of Him, we are forced to fall on our knees in adoration. This is more exciting and more real than what Christians typically mean when they use the word â€œworship.â€ So itâ€™s been my experience anyway.
What do you think of Frank’s statement about worship and the relationship between God, Jesus Christ, worship, and life?