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Experiencing Worship and Worshiping Experience By Daniel Radmacher
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Many Evangelicals are reacting against a mind/heart disconnect in worship, reaching for an experience of worship that transcends the merely intellectual. They desire to know God deeply by... More > experiencing His presence as they worship. This desire has led to a subtle yet pervasive paradigm-shift in the philosophy and practice of worship. While worship was once understood as an enactment of praise, it is now viewed as a real, metaphysical “encounter” with God. The desire for experience as a kind of knowledge has driven this shift, and is a result of many changes associated with postmodernism. One critical feature of postmodernism is the exaltation of experience as an equally authoritative way of knowing. It suggests that we acquire knowledge through our experiences, and that these experiences convincingly illustrate reality for us in a manner that nothing else can. The result is the “postmodern worshiper,” who desires to know God by experiencing Him in worship.< Less
Experiencing Worship and Worshiping Experience By Daniel Radmacher
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Many Evangelicals are reacting against a mind/heart disconnect in worship, reaching for an experience of worship that transcends the merely intellectual. They desire to know God deeply by... More > experiencing His presence as they worship. This desire has led to a subtle yet pervasive paradigm-shift in the philosophy and practice of worship. While worship was once understood as an enactment of praise, it is now viewed as a real, metaphysical “encounter” with God. The desire for experience as a kind of knowledge has driven this shift, and is a result of many changes associated with postmodernism. One critical feature of postmodernism is the exaltation of experience as an equally authoritative way of knowing. It suggests that we acquire knowledge through our experiences, and that these experiences convincingly illustrate reality for us in a manner that nothing else can. The result is the “postmodern worshiper,” who desires to know God by experiencing Him in worship.< Less
Musical Offerings, Volume 4, Number 1 By Department of Music and Worship, Cedarville University
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Articles in this issue: From Neumes to Notes; Instruction, Devotion, and Affection; On the Power of Music
WORSHIP SONGS By ZACHARY FERNANDES
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WORSHIP SONGS By ZACHARY FERNANDES
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Exploring Worship By Bob Sorge
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Used as a text internationally, Exploring Worship lays a scriptural foundation for understanding what praise and worship really is, and then provides a practical framework for implementing praise and... More > worship at the local church level. This is one of the foremost worship texts used today by Bible Schools, Universities, and local church worship ministries. The "Revised/Updated version" makes Exploring Worship once again a relevant equipping tool to today's worshipers. "I am totally unaware of a more comprehensive treatment of this subject in any book, including those of mine. It should be read by all worshipers, and should be required study for all who aspire to lead congregational worship."< Less
LOVE IS WORSHIP By ESHAN TRIPATHI
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“ “Love is worship” is a book about love & worship.It contains two parts- The first part “Love is worship” gives a message to the people of the world that they... More > should love all the things of the world which are made to them by God. It also inspires us to love & worship God because a person can get God by love. There are also some examples in it which prove that Love is really worship. The second part “Love & work” tells us that work depends on love, without love there can be no work because if a person does not love his work, he can’t do it at any cost.First,it is necessary for him to love, then do it. My “motto” for writing this book is to unite all the Countries of the world in love & to create love in the hearts of all the people of the world, because today people have no love. They have become selfish. They are fighting to one-another. They also kill one- another for their own benefit. As Matthew Arnold says:- “Ah, love, let us be true To one another! For the world, which seems< Less
Worship A Primer By Kevin Don Levellie
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This is a basic book, attempting to look as simply at the total picture of worship as possible. It begins with the nature of the One we worship and a wiping away of false objects of worship. ... More > Responses to God and their embodiment in our worship services are closely examined.< Less
Transformational Worship By Warren Lathem
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Worship does not have to be boring and lifeless. It can be exciting and life changing. This central ministry of the Christian Church is lacking effectiveness and power in most Mainline North... More > American Churches. What can change this? See what the pastor of what then was the fourth largest United Methodist Church in worship attendance on North America and learn from this one who grew the church from just 75 in worship to a weekly average of over 3,000 and annual receipts from $75,000 to over $12,000,000.< Less
Transformational Worship By Warren Lathem
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Worship does not have to be boring and lifeless. It can be exciting and life changing. This central ministry of the Christian Church is lacking effectiveness and power in most Mainline North... More > American Churches. What can change this? See what the pastor of what then was the fourth largest United Methodist Church in worship attendance on North America and learn from this one who grew the church from just 75 in worship to a weekly average of over 3,000 and annual receipts from $75,000 to over $12,000,000.< Less