Perspectives: On Christian Worship (5 Views) / January 01, 2009
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Of the myriad approaches to worship in Christianity today, five categories prove to be the most common.
Perspectives on Christian Worship presents in counterpoint form five basic common beliefs on Christian worship that have developed over the course of church history with a view toward determining which is most faithful to Scripture. Each chapter is written by a prominent person within each tradition, and each writer has the opportunity to respond to each differing view.
- Timothy C. J. Quill, associate professor of Pastoral Ministry and Missions at Concordia Theological Seminary in Fort Wayne, Indiana, write about liturgical worship.
- Ligon Duncan, senior minister of First Presbyterian Church in Jackson, Mississippi, writes about traditional evangelical worship.
- Dan Witt, director of the Institute of Contemporary and Emerging Worship Studies in St. Stephen’s University in St. Stephen, New Brunswick, addresses contemporary worship.
- Michael Lawrence and Mark Dever, associate and senior pastors respectively at Capitol Hill Baptist Church in Washington, D.C., introduce blended worship.
- Dan Kimball, pastor of Vintage Faith Church in Santa Cruz, California, details emerging worship.
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