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Dwelling With PhilippiansPublisher: Eerdmans, 2010
This rich, inviting volume illumines Paul's letter to the Philippians through evocative juxtapositions of visual images, poetry, and other worship-related arts with theological reflections, prayers, and more.
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We Have Seen His Glory: A Vision of Kingdom WorshipPublisher: Eerdmans, 2010
A book contending that Christian worship cannot be a matter of merely continuing ancient practices; instead, we must be preparing for worship in the Kingdom of God when it comes on earth.
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.
The Pastor as Minor PoetPublisher: Eerdmans, 2009
The Pastor as Minor Poet calls pastors to continually search for the deeper, truer understandings of what they see--both in the text of scripture and in the text of their parishioners' lives.
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Abraham Kuyper: Our WorshipPublisher: Eerdmans, 2009
This new English translation of Onze Eredienst offers Abraham Kuyper's clearest thinking on worship and liturgy.
Inclusive Yet DiscerningPublisher: Eerdmans, 2009
Frank Burch Brown explores how Christians can navigate the increasingly diverse world of worship, combining an abiding admiration of classical idioms with an appreciation of new possibilities.
God Against ReligionPublisher: Eerdmans, 2008
A work of theology that takes worship as its basic framework, considering worship as the occasion of not only an approach toward God in piety but also a separation from God in sin.
The Biblical Psalms in Christian WorshipPublisher: Eerdmans, 2007
The psalms are a valuable source for worship, but they can prove daunting without direction. John Witvliet offers a solution with this brief yet comprehensive guide to using the psalms in worship.
Christian Worship WorldwidePublisher: Eerdmans, 2007
As Christianity has boomed in the non-Western world, several questions have emerged regarding how worship and culture relate. Charles Farhadian presents a timely investigation of their interaction.
An Architecture of ImmanencePublisher: Eerdmans, 2007
Modern architecture has heavily influenced the construction of new sacred spaces, producing a new way of building that emphasizes God's coming near to us.
Touching the AltarPublisher: Eerdmans, 2007
Bechtel explores some of the questions at the heart of Christian worship, considering the often neglected Old Testament as essential to understanding our purpose in worship.
A New Song for an Old WorldPublisher: Eerdmans, 2007
Calvin Stapert challenges Christians to learn from the wisdom of the early church as they seek to explore appropriate music today.
What Language Shall I BorrowPublisher: Eerdmans, 2007
Byars argues that the communal worship speech that truly honors both the majesty and the intimacy of God is, in fact, biblical language.
Voicing God's PsalmsPublisher: Eerdmans, 2005
Calvin Seerveld has rendered forty of the psalms into idiomatic English and structured his verses as singable melodies based on Genevan, Reformation German, and Welsh tunes.
A More Profound AlleluiaPublisher: Eerdmans, 2005
Convinced that worship and theology are intimately connected, the authors of A More Profound Alleluia show in practical terms how liturgy and doctrine fruitfully illuminate each other.
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.
The Substance of Things SeenPublisher: Eerdmans, 2004
The Substance of Things Seen explores the intersection of art and faith, offering thoughtful reflections on the way art functions in Christian life and practice.
Discerning the SpiritsPublisher: Eerdmans, 2003
To fully explore the topic of worship in church, the authors gathered a team of worship leaders from various church backgrounds. This book broadens today's "worship wars" into a bigger, richer discussion that moves from arguments over musical tastes to good thinking about the overall purpose of worship in relation to church life and God.
Gather Into OnePublisher: Eerdmans, 2003
This volume explores the work of five of the most influential global church musicians found in North American hymnals: Pablo Sosa, Argentina; I-to Loh, Taiwan; David Dargie, South Africa; Patrick Matsikenyiri, Zimbabwe; and John Bell, Scotland.