Worship Come To Its Senses
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Worship Come To Its Senses   -     By: Don E. Saliers

Worship Come To Its Senses

Abingdon Press / 1996 / Paperback

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In this book Don Saliers finds a fresh way of answering questions about worship and the Scriptures by exploring four "senses" of God: awe, delight, truth, and hope.

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Title: Worship Come To Its Senses
By: Don E. Saliers
Format: Paperback
Vendor: Abingdon Press
Publication Date: 1996
Weight: 4 ounces
ISBN: 0687014581
ISBN-13: 9780687014583
Stock No: WW7014581

Publisher's Description

What makes Christian worship both true and relevant to ever-changing human circumstances? How can our gathering about the Scriptures, the Table of the Lord, and the waters of baptism shape and express authentic Christian faith in the world of everyday life? In this book, Don Saliers finds a fresh way of answering these questions by exploring four "senses" of God: awe, delight, truth, and hope. Why are wonderment, surprise, truthfulness, and expectancy so often missing or diminished in Christian liturgy today, whether Protestant or Roman Catholic, "high church" or "low church, " "traditional" or "contemporary"? These are essential qualities of both worship and life. Saliers contends that we are still restless for communion with God, and suggests how these essentials may be rediscovered by every worshiping congregation. At stake are the means of grace received from Christ, attested to in the Scriptures and shown in every faithful worshiping assembly.

Author Bio

Don E. Saliers is William R. Cannon Distinguished Professor of Theology and Worship at Candler School of Theology, Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia.

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