Songs are just that, songs. They were not written under the inspiration of God. Does God live in my heart as the song proclaims? Yes, He does! Is there anything inherently wrong or unscriptural about that? No! I agree all songs are not pleasing to God, but I'm sure if you're critical enough you can find something wrong with any one of them,they were written by men.
I get quite a few of these emails that accuse me of finding fault with every song I hear, and I always laugh when I do. The songbook "Songs of Faith and Praise" contains 1030 songs. The page to which you refer criticizes 10 of them. Please do the math. My written criticisms apply to about 1% of the songs in that book.
Next, you argue that songs are just that, songs. Although it is hard to argue with your proposition that a song is a song, I will point out that these songs are not just ordinary songs. Instead, they are songs that we offer to God in worship, and thus I would hope you might consider holding them to a bit higher standard that you would a song that you listen to on the radio in your car, for example.
Finally, as to the songs being written by men, again your proposition is correct, but it seems to support me rather than you. If the songs were inspired, then of course I would offer no criticisms. But they are not, and as uninspired works of men, they can and do contain errors. Should we ignore those errors? Is that what you are proposing? Don't you think God deserves better than that from us?
You Must Hear the Gospel
You Must Believe
You Must Repent
You Must Confess
You Must Be Baptized
You Must Be Faithful Unto Death