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As an Amazon Associate, I earn from qualifying purchases. The FTC requires me to tell you about affiliate links! It’s the law. When you click on a link from ATWD that takes you to an Amazon product, this is likely an affiliate link. If you buy a product when using this link, I will receive a commission. You don’t pay more. The commission comes out of Amazon’s pocket: “Hey ATWD, thanks for sending your friends to us. Here are a few pennies.” I will only provide links to products and books that pertain to my blog. Things like books, church music products, etc. So, in other words, I’m not linking to things that don’t pertinent to the mission of ATWD.


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Daniel Aaron Webster is a minister, writer, and teacher. His primary research interest is early Christian music, especially the musical thought of Clement of Alexandria. 

Daniel serves at Welch College as Director of Enrollment & Marketing and as Adjunct Instructor of Music & Theology. He is also the Associate Pastor for Music & Worship at Immanuel Church in Gallatin, TN.

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