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Truth and Worship Forms

Truth and Worship Forms

This entry is part 3 of 8 in the series Preserving the Truth in our Worship You can read more posts from the series by using the Contents in the right sidebar.

I have argued to this point that preserving the truth must include not only the preservation of right doctrine, but also the preservation of right imagination. As we have already seen, the imagination is shaped and cultivated through aesthetic forms. We have focused most specifically on literary forms since this is what we find in the Bible, but… Continue Reading

How Can We Conserve Biblical Worship? Part 1

How Can We Conserve Biblical Worship? Part 1

The Apostle Paul declared to the Ephesian elders in his farewell address to them that he was “innocent of the blood” of all of them, because he had not failed to deliver to them “the whole counsel of God.” In other words, he had transferred to them all that was necessary for a life pleasing… Continue Reading

Snoeberger on culture

Snoeberger on culture

We just uploaded two talks on culture presented by Mark Snoeberger to the Conservative Worship Symposium web site. These are excellent, accessible presentations on this relevant issue. Continue Reading