Author by : Robin Parry
Languange : en
Publisher by : Wipf and Stock Publishers
Format Available : PDF, ePub, Mobi
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Total Download : 163
File Size : 43,5 Mb
Description : Synopsis: 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, Worshiping Trinity shows how we can maintain the centrality of the Trinity in a fast-changing worship culture. Endorsement: "An extremely valuable resource for any pastor, leader, or worshiping heart. In these pages, Robin punches us in the stomach (theologically speaking), gives us a few moments to get our breath back, and then teaches us some nifty moves so that we can defend ourselves better in the future--and even throw a few theological punches of our own. Get your gloves on--this is an extremely helpful book." --MATT REDMAN Worship leader "Robin Parry has given us a terrific resource by which we can see a clearer picture of the God we worship--Father, Son and Holy Spirit." --Keith Getty, Hymn writer "Succeeds in articulating the issues in a manner which is not merely theologically profound but lucid, accessible and profoundly relevant." --Alan J. Torrance, Professor of Systematic Theology "Robin Parry calls us 'higher up and further in' through this well-written, clear, and important book." --Brian McLaren, Pastor and Author "This is a most important book." --Graham Cray, Bishop of Maidstone Author Biography: Robin Parry is commissioning editor for Wipf and Stock Publishers. Prior to that he was commissioning editor for Paternoster, and previously taught A-level Religious Studies and Philosophy at Worcester Sixth Form College. He is married with two daughters.