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More Profound Alleluia: Theology and Worship in Harmony (Leanne Van Dyk (ed)) Paperback Book, (Wm B Eerdmans Publishing Co, 2004) 9780802828545
More Profound Alleluia: Theology and Worship in Harmony (Leanne Van Dyk (ed)) Paperback Book, (Wm B Eerdmans Publishing Co, 2004) 9780802828545
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Title: A More Profound Alleluia: Theology and Worship in Harmony

Author: Dyk, Leanne Van (ed)

Publisher: Wm B Eerdmans Publishing Co; Publication Date: 2004

Paperback; ISBN: 9780802828545

Volumes: 1; Pages: 175

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Two questions lie at the heart of this rich, suggestive book: What are the theological implications of worship? and What are the liturgical implications of theology? Convinced that worship and theology are integrally related, the authors of A More Profound Alleluia show in practical terms how liturgy and doctrine fruitfully illuminate each other.Each chapter pairs an element of the worship service with related Christian teachings, clearly demonstrating how the great doctrines of the faith find their natural expression in the drama of worship and how the liturgy in turn finds its corollary in doctrine. The interrelation of theology and worship is illustrated with anecdotes from congregational life, resources drawn from church history, and themes from novels and films. Each chapter also includes two hymn texts that exemplify orthodox doctrine communicated through song.A More Profound Alleluia will be a valuable text for courses in theology or worship, will help worship leaders to plan services with greater theological depth, and will enhance worship for Christian believers generally.ContentsSeries PrefaceContributorsIntroductionLeanne Van DykThe Opening of Worship = TrinityJohn D. WitvlietThe Trinitarian Grammar or Logic of WorshipThe Doctrine of the Trinity as Fundamental and DistinctiveThe Doctrine of the Trinity as Pastorally SignificantMaking the Trinitarian Shape of Christian Worship ClearBeginning Worship in a Trinitarian WayTrinitarian HabitsTrinitarian CriteriaHymn: "Come, Great God of All the Ages," Mary Jackson CatheyHymn: "God the Spirit, Guide and Guardian," Carl P. Daw Jr.Confession and Assurance = Sin and GraceWilliam A. DyrnessSin as an Obstacle to WorshipBiblical ContextHistorical Developments in the Doctrine of SinConfession of Sin as Orientation to RealityConfession and PardonPassing the Peace of ChristFoot WashingConfession and the Larger Celebration of RedemptionHymn: "We Cannot Measure How You Heal," John L. BellHymn: "Children from Your Vast Creation," David A. RobbProclamation = Revelation, ChristologyLeanne Van DykThe Word of God: Jesus ChristThe Word of God: ScriptureThe Word of God: PreachingThe Word of God: SacramentsThe Word of God: SilenceThe Word of God: Other FormsHymn: "Thanks to God Whose Word Was Spoken," R. T. BrooksHymn: "Thy Strong Word," Martin H. FranzmannCreeds and Prayers = EcclesiologyRonald P. ByarsScriptural CreedsThe Nicene CreedWhy Recite a Creed?The Apostles' CreedThe Prayers of the PeoplePrayer Reaching Outside the WallsThe Components of PrayerLord, Hear Our Prayer!Hymn: "O Christ, the Great Foundation," Timothy T'ingfang LewHymn: "Our Cities Cry to You, O God," Margaret ClarksonEucharist = EschatologyMartha L. Moore-KeishMemory and HopeThe Already and the Not YetThe Community and the IndividualThe Material and the SpiritualJudgment and RenewalUniversality of VisionThe OfferingThe Table of Tomorrow's PeopleHymn: "Remembering with Love and Hope," John PaarlbergHymn: "I Come with Joy, a Child of God," Brian WrenEnding of Worship = EthicsDavid L. StubbsEndings and Final EndsThe Liturgy after the Liturgy: Liturgy and EthicsEveryday Life in a Liturgical ContextThe Charge and the BlessingHymn: "Lord, Whose Love in Humble Service," Albert F. BaylyHymn: "Canto de Esperanza/Song of Hope,"Stanza 1: Spanish traditional; stanza 2: Tom Mitchell
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