In his characteristically engaging style, Brueggemann explores the leading motifs of ancient Israel's worship traditions and their practical implications for today's church in its ecumenical character. Surveying Old Testament themes, central texts, prayers, festivals, and worship practices, he reveals a central emphasis on worship as a covenantal gesture and community utterance in the presence of God. 104 pages, softcover from Abingdon.
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