Themes and Variations for a Christian Doxology: Being the Clinton Lectures, Delivered Spring Semester, 1989, University of Dubuque Theological Seminary, Dubuque, Iowa

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W.B. Eerdmans Publishing Company, 1992 - Music - 147 pages
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Author "weaves the five biblical voices of invocation, proclamation, wisdom, prophecy, and covenant into a chorus of theology as praise. Starting from the two Testaments, he develops his themes through the history of Christian worship with variations embracing not only rites and prayers but also art, music, and, above all, hymnody. The book will help the reading pastor to construct and conduct a rich service with the Lord's people on the Lord's Day"--Back cover.

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A good book, where Mr. Old weaves together various aspects of theology and applies them to worship. Read full review

Contents

Doxology as the Theology of Worship
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Epicletic Doxology
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Kerygmatic Doxology
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