Annotated Bibliography -- By: Ron Man
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Selected Bibliography: Journal Articles, Articles in Collections, and Internet Materials on Worship*
Best, Harold M. “Theology, Music, Seekers, and Sensitivity.” www.leaderu.com/offices/haroldbest/seeker.html
The former dean of the Wheaton College Conservatory calls for a godly balance of worship and witness, along with “powerful interceding prayer.”
Best, Harold M. “When Is Worship Worship?” www.leaderu.com/offices/haroldbest/worship.html
Best urges us to “surrender our shortsightedness, our idolatries, our contraptions, our systems, our faithless works, and our overworked faith to the...Lord of our worship.”
Boice, James Montgomery. “Reformation in Doctrine, Worship, and Life.” In Here We Stand! A Call from Confessing Evangelicals (Grand Rapids, Michigan: Baker), 157–72. Edited by James Montgomery Boice and Benjamin E. Sasse.
Boice calls us to resist the spirit of our age and to feast on the “wonder of Christian worship.”
Borror, Gordon. “What Is Really at Stake in the Contemporary/Traditional Debate?” Worship Leader, September/October 1995, 36–39.
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A former Western Seminary professor reminds us that we need to focus on the glory of God while we learn from the past and also make room for innovation.
Camp, Steve. “107 Theses: A Call for Reformation in the Contemporary Christian Music Industry.” pages.prodigy.net/berrykl/theses/thesmain.html From within the world of Christian contemporary music comes a call for theological integrity and spiritual accountability.
Clowney, Edmund P. “The Singing Savior.” Moody, July-August 1979, 40–43.
Then president of Westminster Seminary Clowney has provided a warm biblical treatment of the significance of music in Christ’s church.
Cranfield, C. E. B. “Divine and Human Action: The Biblical Concept of Worship.” Interpretation (October 1958), 12:387–98.
The “dialogue” of worship is here convincingly developed.
Frame, John M. “Some Questions about the Regulative Principle.” Westminster Theological Journal (1992), 54:357–66.
A “renegade” Presbyterian raises some legitimate questions.
Gangel, Kenneth O. “Reexamining Biblical Worship.” Bibliotheca Sacra (April-June 1985), 142:164–78.
A Dallas Seminary professor cal...
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