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The Reformation of our Worship. W.T. Whitley Lectures for 1963
Stephen F. Winward



Book Description

Title:
The Reformation of our Worship. W.T. Whitley Lectures for 1963
Authors:
Publication Year:
Location:
London
Publisher:
Carey Kingsgate Press
Pages:
126
Subjects:
Worship
Copyright Holder:
Public domain

Table of Contents

  • Preface
  1. Worship, Life, and Cult
    1. Worship and life
    2. Worship and cult
    3. Five selected themes
    4. Concering the method
  2. Worship as Dialogue
    1. Converations with God
    2. Three misunderstandings of the dialogue
    3. Joacob's ladder
    4. The old covenant
    5. Revelation and response in the new covenant
    6. The dialogue distorted
    7. Dialogue in church worship
    8. Dialogue in the sacraments
    9. Real worship in meeting
  3. Worship as Offering
    1. A lost emphasis
    2. The reasons of the heart
    3. The three main types
    4. The essentials of sacrifice
    5. A different emphasis
    6. The sacrifice of Christ
    7. Spiritual sacrifices
    8. The eucharistic sacrifice
    9. Making an offering
    10. Receiving and giving
  4. Embodied Worship
    1. The inward and the outward
    2. THe embodied presence
    3. Synbol, rutual, and sacrifice
    4. The Christian cult
    5. Elaboration and excess
    6. The reaction
    7. Words as symbols
    8. Symbolic objects
    9. Ceremonial
    10. Sacraments
    11. Total worship
  5. Liberty and Liturgy
    1. The twin pillars
    2. Actions not words prescribed
    3. Synagogue worship
    4. The spiirit of Jesus
    5. Tradition and pattern
    6. Liberty and fetters
    7. Variable elements
    8. Liturgy reformed
    9. Liturgy enforced and rejected
    10. The nature and purpose of liturgy
    11. Worship by the spirit
    12. Common order
    13. Common prayer
    14. Both libery and liturgy
  6. Congregational Participation
    1. United worship
    2. Two Old Testament examples
    3. Temple worship
    4. Pentecostal worship
    5. Ante-Niceme worship
    6. 'The great disaster'
    7. The legacy of the Reformation
    8. Architecture and action
    9. 'Understanded of the people'
    10. Everyne contributing
    11. Training and using gifted laymen
    12. Praying from a book
    13. The Communion of saints
  • Index
    • Names and Subjects
    • Authors
    • Scripture References
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