9780805440676

Christian Worship: Its Theology And Practice

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  • ISBN13:

    9780805440676

  • ISBN10:

    0805440674

  • Edition: 3rd
  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2006-10-01
  • Publisher: B&H

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Summary

Christian Worship(revised and expanded in this third edition) is the complete reference handbook on the meaning, expression, and conducting of worship, from its foundational elements to the very latest contemporary issues. Taking into account cultural and denominational differences, this broad resource clearly directs all church members in the number one priority of worshipping God.Among the subjects addressed are: Banners and Symbolism (Do they have a place in worship?); Children in Worship; Copyright Laws (Does your church comply?); Drama; and Elements of Worship (What are the specific roles of music, prayer, Scripture reading, baptism, preaching, and the Lord's Supper?).

Author Biography

The late Franklin M. Segler served as professor of pastoral ministry at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Fort Worth, Texas.

Randall Bradley is professor of Church Music and director of the Church Music program at Baylor University in Waco, Texas. He lives with his wife, Brenda, and their two young children.

Table of Contents

Preface vii
PART ONE THE MEANING OF WORSHIP
Chapter One What Is Worship?
3(8)
Chapter Two Biblical Foundations
11(14)
Chapter Three Historical Backgrounds
25(24)
Chapter Four A Theology of Worship
49(12)
Chapter Five A Psychology of Worship
61(12)
Chapter Six Worship, Renewal, and the World
73(8)
Chapter Seven Community and Worship
81(10)
Chapter Eight Postmodernism and Worship
91(14)
PART TW0 EXPRESSING WORSHIP
Chapter Nine Music in Worship
105(14)
Chapter Ten Prayer in Worship
119(10)
Chapter Eleven Verbal Communication in Worship
129(14)
Chapter Twelve Learning Styles and Worship
143(16)
Chapter Thirteen Children in Worship
159(14)
Chapter Fourteen Baptism and the Lord's Supper
173(14)
Chapter Fifteen Other Acts of Worship
187(10)
Chapter Sixteen The Use of Symbols
197(8)
Chapter Seventeen Architecture, Acoustics, and Worship
205(14)
Chapter Eighteen The Christian Year and Other Special Days
219(16)
Chapter Nineteen The Arts in Worship
235(8)
Chapter Twenty Rites of Passage
243(18)
PART THREE PLANNING AND LEADING WORSHIP
Chapter Twenty-One Planning the Order of Worship
261(16)
Chapter Twenty-Two Leading Worship
277(8)
Chapter Twenty-Three Managing and Leading Worship Change
285(10)
Appendix A The Ordinary of the Mass 295(4)
Appendix B Wedding Policies 299(6)
Appendix C Copyright Guidelines: The United States Copyright Law 305(8)
Selected Bibliography 313

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