Overall, I thought this was an excellent book and heartily recommend it!
Thus the author makes a solid case that Worship must have God as the center for correct expressed devotion utilizing His liturgical priorities revealed in the bible.
The book of Hebrews explains the coming from the old covenant to the new.
Michael Horton’s “A Better Way” lays out a theology of worship based on the drama of the creator God breaking into the realm of His creation to redeem man from the consequences of... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Paul Kurtz
Horton requires the reader to want to read. Typical Horton, but the e book at ten bucks that doesn't have highlight or underline options is a wast of reading.Published 7 months ago by Cheryl S Strodtman
This is a though provoking work on worship, preaching, and church life. It's not an easy read but it's well worth it.Published 12 months ago by JOELDGILBERT
Before I read this book, I had a limited knowledge of Reformed theology. For me, the book was valuable for two reasons. Read morePublished on August 16, 2011 by ironman96
Exactly as described. The price was right on the mark! Timely delivery as promised with good protection in the box. Read morePublished on September 22, 2010 by R.E. Formed
I love this book it helped me out so much. I only wish I could read it forever!! Also people should read "The Color of Light: poems on Van Gough by McEntyre, MarilynPublished on October 11, 2009 by S. Rickli
This is an excellent general book on worship. It includes exposition of both Old and New Testament texts, leading the reader continually back to the bible as the source for... Read morePublished on January 11, 2007 by M. L. Lambooy