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The Interplay of Liturgy and Catechism in the Ministry of Martin Luther and John Calvin
Some examples from the Lutheran and Reformed traditions
Article | May 05, 2016
Images and Themes in John Calvin's Theology of Liturgy
John Calvin wrote much about the value, purpose, and nature of Christian liturgy.
Article | November 19, 2014
Top Ten Worship Planning Ideas From John Calvin
A case could be made that, for Calvin, the Reformation was primarily a liturgical reformation, with the exegesis and systematizing being the result of his interest in worship. So, here are ten top worship planning ideas from John Calvin.
Article | November 12, 2010
Coop's Column - Jesus Yes-Church Yes!
In the Western hemisphere, especially in Europe and considerable sections of North America, vigorous contempt toward and sleepy disregard of the Christian church are widespread and increasing at an ever-accelerating rate.
Reflection | August 23, 2010
Rediscovering the Lord's Supper: Growing Deeper into the Gospel
A renewed theology and practice of the Lord's Supper can help believers grow into a deeper and multifaceted vision of salvation. Come and explore the ways in which the Lord's Supper illuminates the gospel as participation in Christ by the Spirit.
Audio | January 01, 2009
A Reformed Approach to Psalmody: The Legacy of the Genevan Psalter
The Genevan Psalter is the most important source of metrical psalmody in the continental Reformed tradition.
Article | June 10, 2005
Reformation Day Festival: A Doxology to Grace - Ephesians 1, 2 Timothy 1, Romans 11
A worship service intended to mark the significance of the Protestant Reformation, aiding worshipers to claim the legacy of the Reformed faith and stirring them to give all glory to God for salvation.
Worship Service | June 01, 2005