Worshipping Trinity : Coming Back to the Heart of Worship
Writing for church leaders, worship leaders and songwriters as well as those interested in theology, Robin Parry looks at why the Trinity matters and addresses pressing questions such as: What is the relationship between theology and worship? Why is the Trinity central to Christian living and believing?Does the Trinity help us understand what we do when we worship?How can we write and select songs that foster an awareness of the Trinity?How can we make the Trinity central through Holy Communion, spiritual gifts, preaching and the use of the arts?Practical and realistic, Worshipping Trinity shows how we can maintain the centrality of the Trinity in a fast-changing worship culture.
- Paperback | 222 pages
- 152.4 x 226.06 x 15.24mm | 272.15g
- 01 Aug 2011
- Wipf & Stock Publishers
- Eugene, United States
- black & white illustrations
"If you believe, as I do, that public worship is one of the most powerful means of spiritual formation in the world, and if you also believe that our deficient spiritual formation is due in part to the mediocre quality of too many contemporary worship songs, then you will celebrate the release of Worshipping Trinity. Robin Parry calls us higher up and further in through this well-written, clear, and important book. It will help inspire, I hope and pray, new intensity, intelligence, depth, and artistry among songwriters--which will bring blessing to worshipers and greater honor to the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit."