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One holy, catholic, and "Evangelical" Church : seeking a faithful and unified doctrine for Evangelical worship

Author: Daniel Millward
Publisher: Charlotte, NC : Reformed Theological Seminary, 2007.
Dissertation: D. Min. Reformed Theological Seminary, Charlotte, NC 2007
Edition/Format:   Thesis/dissertation : Document : Thesis/dissertation : Manuscript : eBook   Archival Material   Computer File : EnglishView all editions and formats
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The goal of this paper is to examine the significance, purpose, and practice of worship within evangelical Christianity and to call for a recovery of understanding and sound worship practices. The paper acknowledges the significant debate surrounding the issue of worship, even within like-minded communities of faith, and seeks to provide a rationale and approach for furthering the discussion and providing realistic,  Read more...
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Millward, Daniel.
One holy, catholic, and evangelical church.
2007
(OCoLC)316803703
Material Type: Document, Thesis/dissertation, Manuscript, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File, Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Daniel Millward
OCLC Number: 643137547
Description: 1 online resource (v, 90 leaves)
Contents: Introduction --
Demise of worship --
Church growth movement --
Nearly universal influence --
Three alleged outcomes: psychology, individualism, and pragmatism --
Biblical-historical roots --
Recovery of understanding --
Primacy of worship --
Requirement of worship --
Nature of worship: transcendent and efficacious --
Certain liturgical forms for worship --
Summary --
Subscription to five faithful components --
Acknowledge God's presence --
Prayer --
The offering --
The word read and rightly preached --
Proper administration of the sacraments --
Summary --
conclusion: a plan for progress --
Facilitating plan --
Statement of agreement --
Decision making grid --
Final thoughts.
Responsibility: by Daniel Millward.

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The goal of this paper is to examine the significance, purpose, and practice of worship within evangelical Christianity and to call for a recovery of understanding and sound worship practices. The paper acknowledges the significant debate surrounding the issue of worship, even within like-minded communities of faith, and seeks to provide a rationale and approach for furthering the discussion and providing realistic, practical goals of unity and catholicity. The first portion of the paper seeks to examine the demise of worship, which the author attributes in large part to the nearly universal influence of the seeker movement. The second portion of the paper presents the biblical-historical roots of corporate worship, with the goal of recovering a proper understanding of the primacy, requirement, and nature of worship. Based upon the material examined in the second portion of the paper, the third segment presents five non-negotiable components which must be present or acknowledged in order for worship to be considered faithful and biblically valid. The final section of the paper presents a series of practical tools and suggestions for implementing and applying the information covered in the earlier portions of the study.

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