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O come, let us worship : corporate worship in the evangelical church

Author: Robert G Rayburn
Publisher: Grand Rapids, Mich. : Baker Book House, ©1980.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Reacting to formless consumerism and reaching for the best of church tradition, Robert G. Rayburn became the vanguard of these modern integrative liturgies. His 1980 O Come, Let Us Worship sought to re-introduce evangelicalism to its history and liturgy. His order of service was a perceptive summary of North American traditions birthed in frontier revivalism combined with a respectful reiteration of Westminster  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Robert G Rayburn
ISBN: 0801076900 9780801076909
OCLC Number: 6446613
Description: 319 pages ; 22 cm
Contents: The importance of worship --
Corporate worship in the Old Testament --
Corporate worship in the New Testament --
The nature and manner of true worship --
General considerations concerning the order of worship --
The order of common worship --
The order of common worship, continued --
Hymnody in the church --
The administration of the sacraments --
The wedding service --
The funeral service --
Supplement : Aids for the preparation of corporate worship services. Calls to worship --
Before confession --
Corporate confessions of sin --
Scriptural confessions --
Assurances of pardoning grace --
Before the offering --
Before a hymn of praise --
Before prayer --
Before reading the scripture.
Responsibility: Robert G. Rayburn.

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Reacting to formless consumerism and reaching for the best of church tradition, Robert G. Rayburn became the vanguard of these modern integrative liturgies. His 1980 O Come, Let Us Worship sought to re-introduce evangelicalism to its history and liturgy. His order of service was a perceptive summary of North American traditions birthed in frontier revivalism combined with a respectful reiteration of Westminster Puritanism. The effect was an intentional honoring of Calvinistic roots and an instinctive echoing of more distant patristic (i.e., ancient Catholic) practices in a worship context dominated by forms of evangelicalism that venerated spontaneity over form. - Bryan Chapell.

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