Bonhoeffer uses a similar phrase 'worldly Christianity'. It's J Gresham Machen that I want to line up most closely with. See his Christianity and culture here. Having done commentaries on Proverbs (Heavenly Wisdom) and Song of Songs (Heavenly Love), a matching title for Ecclesiastes would be Heavenly Worldliness. For my stance on worldliness, see 3 posts here.

More Minor Details

There is also a track listing and some info
  1. Free Wheeling
  2. Big Sir
  3. Dinner Time
  4. Love Train
  5. Blind Baby
  6. Minor Details
  7. Joy
  8. Fernando's Minibar (Plat met 't ouwe wijf)
  9. Kharmah Chantalah
  10. Searching For Angela
  11. As Long As You're Near
  12. San Frisky
  13. The Arrogant Frogs
  14. Mena Muria
About his new album “Minor Details “Jan Akkerman says:

I’m proud to present my latest album called ‘Minor Details’ .When you are on the top it’s all about details. This album has many details, major and minor.
In preparation it was one of the most difficult things I ever did, as I wanted the whole project being done via the internet. Whilst in concert, usually during breaks, the band would discuss this particular way of working. They would need to work this during their own heavy schedule.
As Willy (bass) doesn’t have a studio I would send him the music sheets and Marijn (drums) and Coen (keys) would receive MIDI files, examples of tunes, to work on. Last year, on tour in Brasil, Marijn had his own portable home studio with him and Willy recorded bass parts in a resort near Recife. Back in Holland, Coen did the keys in his home studio and Marijn recorded his drums at his studio with additional tracks from Willy. Since the whole project was virtually done via the net, I had to trust this band in what they were capable of playing and it sounded great from what I got back from each member separately. In the old days there was a saying "We’ll fix it in the Mix".
Well, I guarantee you that mixing was no sinecure, but eventually a very rewarding experience which resulted in our new album ‘Minor Details’.

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