Author Archives: Scott Aniol

Theological Issues at Stake in Discussions of Culture and Contextualization

“Not all preferences are autonomous and selfish.”

Corporate worship and the formation of a new culture

The unique significance of corporate worship

Until fairly recently, every educated person would have known this

The Liturgical Worship Trend

Are emotions universal?

Liturgy is cool

Culture is human behavior

More on affirming culture

The self-authenticating biblical account of Hebrew worship

What does it mean to be “culturally affirming”?

A Recent Conference of Conservative Christians

A defense of biblical origins for Hebrew worship from worldview bias

My reply to Dan Phillips’ approach to the worship music debate

Similarities between Hebrew and Pagan Worship Prove the Veracity of Scripture

5 Simple Ways to Teach Your Kids Theology

Differences between Hebrew and Pagan Worship

Non-Theist Theories of the Origin of Hebrew Worship

The gospel demands change of culture