Print Edition 2021


Penn Epistle | Fall 2021

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We invite you to immerse yourself in the full experience;
enjoy an auditory journey from the four musical compositions below that compliment the poems written in the magazine.

This piece introduces the listener to the beginnings of creation—the wonder and hope of nature, as well as the beauty of living daily in the presence of God. At the end of this piece, the listener is faced with an unresolved note, representing the start of the fall.
After creation, this minor key composition encapsulates the fall of man. This piece is meant to have the listener reflect upon the visceral realities of sin on earth: the tragedies that are often physical manifestations of the divide between humankind and God.
Where redemption is often presented as glorious and victorious, at the same time, redemption is also intensely sobering when faced with the stark reality of Christ’s sacrifice. This composition is meant to bring the listener to the foot of the cross, where Jesus paid the price for sin.

This piece is representative of the rest and peace that the Gospel brings to believers after redemption, based on Matthew 25:21: “His master said to him, ‘Well done, good and faithful servant. You have been faithful over a little; I will set you over much. Enter into the joy of your master.’”