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Imagining the KingdomPublisher: Baker Publishing, 2013
James K.A. Smith expands and deepens the analysis of cultural liturgies and Christian worship he developed in his well-received Desiring the Kingdom
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Worship Beyond NationalismPublisher: Calvin Institute of Christian Worship, 2012
The church in the United States faces a dilemma: How is it possible for Christ's followers to worship faithfully in a nationalistic environment where religion and politics enjoy a vigorous affiliation while the separation of church and state is celebrated as the standard for the relationship between nation and faith?
Desiring the Kingdom: Worship, Worldview, and Cultural FormationPublisher: Baker Publishing, 2009
Smith reshapes the very project of Christian education, focusing around the themes of liturgy, formation, and desire. The author contends--as did Augustine--that human beings are "desiring agents"; in other words, we are what we love.
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.
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.
Worship That Changes LivesPublisher: Baker Publishing, 2008
This book offers a balanced and wide-ranging approach to the relationship between worship and spiritual transformation.
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.
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.
High-Tech Worship?Publisher: Baker Publishing, 2004
In High-Tech Worship, Quentin J. Schultze takes a careful look at how churches use technology effectively, giving readers practical guidance on the wise use of technology in their churches.
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.