Amid the growing number of popular works on worship (many of uneven quality), New Testament scholar D. A. Carson has edited a volume that is both theological and practical. The book contains engaging essays on worship from representatives of three distinct Protestant traditions (Anglican, Free Church, and Presbyterian/Reformed) prefaced by a theological introduction that examines the Bible's treatment of worship.
Gillis Harp is professor of history at Grove City College (Grove City, Pennsylvania).
Issue: "Reaching Out In Our Time" July/August 2003 Vol. 12 No. 4 Page number(s): 39-40
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