Shawn Eaton writes a nice review of A Conservative Christian Declaration. He concludes:
This short book should be considered by church leaders and biblical worship scholars as the church battles postmodernism and pragmatism. The authors start a discussion that needs to happen. Surely Christian worship will look differently from one culture to another. However as we move into the future, we must ask whether our methods are “practical” or principled. Are we looking more like the world or like the kingdom of God? If the church is to be “in the world but not of it” (Romans 12:1-2; John 17:16) and “salt and light” (Matthew 5:13-16) we need more books like this that hold in one hand a great concern for biblical truth concerning worship and in the other hand a studied understanding of culture and how these may intersect faithfully. May truth prevail in our practice of worship, and may our worship always be centered upon our wondrous triune God.