In the beginning of the 19th Century, almost all art forms were banned from use in the church. Certain instruments were even banned. In Ancient Worship Wars: An Investigation of Conflict in Church Music History, Michael J Wood states, “At the worst, instruments were seen as disrespectful to the Creator who gave all people voices”. Wood also notes though, how many wrestled with the references to instruments in the Old Testament, and those arguments are what lead to the incorporation of more instruments into modern church music. This history of incorporation of more instruments and musical styles is followed in even greater detail by Todd Smith. One of the first major revolutions described by Smith begins with John Heyl Vincent coming onto the scene. He found this notion of arts and the church having to be separate to be preposterous. He set out to change the way the arts were perceived by teaching Sunday school teachers to use art forms. Vincent’s work began the integration of all types of art forms that are used in the church today. Todd Smith does an excellent job of outlining all of these, from the obvious use of worship music to less traditional mediums such as comic books, ballet, and Veggie Tales.