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Reflection #17, part 2, on Worship in the Contemporary American Church

“Worship leaders that find opportunities to share thoughts along these lines with their congregations–judiciously, graciously, and regularly–will help the process by which their congregations mature in their faith, moving from the milk, say, of “Jesus Loves Me,” so crucial during spiritual infancy, to the meat of deeper theological reflection and understanding, which leads, I would argue, to a richer and more satisfying worship–and serves as a fitting response to the command of Christ to love the Lord our God with all of our mind.” Continue reading

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Reflection #17, part 1, on Worship in the Contemporary American Church

“Failure to embrace a Trinitarian view of worship leads us to extremely unhealthy worship behavior that, at its core, is contrary to the Gospel itself.” Continue reading

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