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No place for the heart? : restoring the affections in reformed worship

Author: Jeff S Morrison; Theological Research Exchange Network.
Publisher: [Place of publication not identified] : [Publisher not identified], 2013. ©2013
Dissertation: D. Min. Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary 2013.
Series: Theological Research Exchange Network (Series), 068-0966.
Edition/Format:   Thesis/dissertation : Document : Thesis/dissertation : Manuscript : eBook   Archival Material   Computer File : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Material Type: Document, Thesis/dissertation, Manuscript, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File, Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Jeff S Morrison; Theological Research Exchange Network.
OCLC Number: 893862835
Notes: Abstract and vita.
Description: 1 online resource (xi, 133 leaves).
Contents: Introduction: Preliminary considerations: What is reformed theology? --
What is reformed worship? --
Can reformed worship be "re-formed?" --
Theory of worship: Worship: What does God want?: The creation narrative --
The Noahic and Abrahamic narratives --
The Exodus narrative --
So what does God want? --
The necessary quality of acceptable worship --
The regulative principle --
What place for the affections in worship? --
The witness of the Old Testament Scriptures to affectionate worship: The language of worship in the Old Testament --
The Old Testament literary witness: The law (Pentateuch) --
The historical books --
The Psalter --
Conclusions --
The New Testament witness to affectionate worship: The language of worship in the New Testament --
The personalities and styles of the New Testament writers --
The New Testament literary witness: The gospel of John --
The Revelation of John --
Heavenly worship --
Conclusions --
A selective historic survey of the Reformed worship experience: John Calvin --
Jonathan Edwards --
Charles Spurgeon --
Conclusions --
Emotional schizophrenia: The plight of the modern Reformed church: The present state of the reformed church --
How did we get here? --
Historical responses --
Theological responses --
A deficient view of the regulative principle --
A deficient reformed anthropology --
Practice of worship: Healing the church: Affections in congregational prayer: Why pray? --
Why do we pray the way we do? --
Fixed or extemporaneous prayer? --
What is the solution? --
Returning to the centrality of prayer in the corporate life of the church --
Restoring a proper view of the sovereignty of God --
Cultivate and nurture a public and private life of passionate prayer --
Conclusions --
Healing the church: The affections in preaching and the Lord's Supper: Embracing a reformed view of preaching --
The goals of preaching --
Delivery and content of the sermon --
The preaching persona --
Personal reflections on passionate preaching --
The affections in response to the Lord's Supper --
Healing the church: The affections in music and congregational singing: The nature of music in human psychology --
Worship music: Inspiration or manipulation? --
Congregational singing: A higher level of emotional involvement --
Creating an atmosphere conducive for healthy worship in song --
Leadership must set the tone --
Creating space for emotional vulnerability --
Conclusions --
Semper reformanda: Where do we go from here?: Where is the reformed church at present --
A few words about reformed tradition alongside Pentecostalism --
Moving from theory to experience --
Current conditions in the reformed church: Two examples --
Where do we go from here? --
What we do well --
Where we have faltered --
What do we do now?
Series Title: Theological Research Exchange Network (Series), 068-0966.
Responsibility: by Jeff S. Morrison.

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