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The Church, The Table, and Role-Play

Editors Note: The following block-quotes are from Peter Leithart’s Westminster Theological Journal article: The Way Things Really Ought to Be: Eucharist, Eschatology, and Culture “Despite well-founded objections, ritual theory can serve as a useful corrective to the myopia of some

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Some preliminary thoughts on why studying Christian Worship is vital to the church today.

As some of my more observant readers have noticed, I have quietly alluded to the fact that I am going to be pursuing a Doctor of Ministry from Covenant Theological Seminary studying Christian Worship. I hope to blog more in

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Regarding the notion “We better find out what they think.”

Working through Webber’s “Ancient-Future Worship” has once again brought me colliding with statements that conflict not only with contemporary thought, but in many instances, contemporary practice of worship. Consider this: “I am concerned over how worship has become a program,

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