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Lifting Hearts to the Lord: Worship with John Calvin in Sixteenth-Century GenevaPublisher: Eerdmans, 2016
In this volume, author Karin Maag brings together a wealth of primary sources to examine worship as it was taught and practiced in John Calvin's Geneva.
Longing for Jesus: Worship at a Black Holiness Church in Mississippi, 1895-1916Publisher: Eerdmans, 2013
The Church at Worship is a series of documentary case studies of specific worshiping communities from around the world and throughout Christian history. In this third volume, Longing for Jesus, Lester Ruth vividly portrays a very prominent, dynamic African-American holiness church in Jackson, Mississippi, in the early twentieth century.
By the Vision of Another World: Worship in American HistoryPublisher: Eerdmans, 2012
By the Vision of Another World by James D. Bratt [ed.] samples the rich variety of worship practices in American history to show how worship can be a fruitful subject for historians to study and, alternatively, how past case studies can enrich our understanding of worship today.
Walking Where Jesus WalkedPublisher: Eerdmans, 2010
The Church at Worship is a series of documentary case studies of specific worshiping communities from around the world and throughout Christian history. This first book is set in Jerusalem following history, people, and worship practices.
A Primer on Christian WorshipPublisher: Eerdmans, 2009
This book explores where the church has been, theologically and historically speaking, and how that shapes where the church will go.
With All Thy MindPublisher: Alban Institute/Rowman & Littlefield, 2006
Recalling the biblical and early church's witness regarding worship, Robert Glick examines the place of words, songs, sacraments, and symbols in worship in light of what we now know about the complexities of the human brain.
Worship in Medieval and Early Modern EuropePublisher: University of Notre Dame Press, 2004
Offers readers a chance to understand better the societal and confessional norms that motivated late medieval and early modern Christians to maintain or change traditional Catholic worship practices.
Wonderful Words of LifePublisher: Eerdmans, 2004
Written by knowledgeable church historians, Wonderful Words of Life explores the significance of hymn-singing in many dimensions of American Protestant and evangelical life.