Reaching Out Without Dumbing Down

A Theology of Worship for the Turn-of-the-Century Culture

Media Information:

Categories: Book Collection.
Author(s): Dawn (Marva J.).
Publication Dates: 1995.
Publisher(s): Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing Company.
Subject(s): Christianity and culture, Public worship, and Religious.
Format(s): Softcover.

Copies in the Resource Center:

  • BV 15 .D38 1995
  • Summary:

    Seeking to help local churches think more thoroughly about worship and culture so that they can function effectively in contemporary society, Dawn roots her discussion of worship issues in a careful assessment of significant aspects of the present technological, postmodern society and names criteria by which to judge various cultural influences. She also sketches the essential attributes of true worship – worship that keeps God at the center, builds believers’ character, and upbuilds the community.

    In the process, Dawn discusses music, preaching, Scripture readings, rituals, liturgies, art, and all the accoutrements of worship, and offers practical suggestions for choosing the best tools and forms to deepen worship life, to nurture faith development, and to increase believers’ outreach throughout the church and to the world.


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