What are the liturgical implications of theology and the theological implications of liturgy? Here is a fruitful interchange between the two disciplines, alongside anecdotes from congregational life, examples from church history, themes from novels and films, and the creative use of modern hymns. 152 pages, softcover. Eerdmans.
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Date:June 23, 2005
This unique synthesis of theology and worship represents some of the best thinking about the nature and purpose of worship in the Protestant tradition. A stellar cast of contributors includes John Witvliet, William Dyrness, Leanne Van Dyk, Ronald Byars, Martha Moore-Keish, and David Stubbs. Their six chapters feel connected, not just compiled, and despite their theological richness, the essays are readable and meaningful. I highly recommend this book not just for worship leaders, but anyone looking to rediscover the purpose of that precious hour of worship on Sunday morning.