Worship the Lord – Confessional Perspectives on Worship

CONFESSIONAL PERSPECTIVES ON WORSHIP

This issue begins a new series to explore various confessional perspectives on worship. May God grant that study and discussion of these confessional perspectives contribute to God-pleasing worship, to synodical unity, and to spiritual impact within our congregations and communities.


Downloadable resources

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55. Freedom and Love - July 2012Download 
56. Steering the Middle Course in Worship - September 2012Download 
57. The Purpose of Worship - November 2012Download 
58. Worship Develops - Some Historical Reflections - January 2013Download 
59. Bring Out Treasures New and Old - March 2013Download 
60. Insights from Early Lutheran Practice - May 2013Download 
60.a How High is Too High? How Low Can We Go?Download 
61. Retaining Rituals and Considering Ceremonies - July 2013Download 
62. A Bath, a meal, and the Schwenkfeldians - September 2013Download 
62a. Cleansed and Fed - The Sacramental Life (essay by Jon Zabell)Download 
62b. Cleansed and Fed - The Sacramental Life (Bible study student lessons)Download 
62c. Cleansed and Fed - The Sacramental Life (Bible study teacher guides)Download 
63. Adiaphora - They Matter to God - November 2013Download 
64. Confessional Music Choices - January 2014Download 
65. A Pastor Teaches his Flock - March 2014Download 
66. Bringing it all Together - May 2014Download 
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