"The church needs this book! A Reformed view of the various nuances of worship -- its place in the Bible, the elements that give it legitimacy, the personal and affective aspects of worshiping God, as well as its place in the history of the church -- has been lacking in the literature. This has finally been rectified with a volume that will stimulate discussion and inform the church."
--Iain D. Campbell
"A worthy tribute of love and honor to the memory of James Montgomery Boice. In it, a galaxy of his colleagues and friends address the theme that was the heartbeat of his life and ministry. The contributors offer important instruction, insight, and challenge on the grand theme of worship." --Sinclair B. Ferguson
"Any book dedicated to the memory of James Boice would have to be marked by sanctified scholarship, solid biblical content, and warm pastoral application. These essays from the pens of his friends and fellow soldiers in the cause of the gospel meet that standard. Reading this material, I found my mind being stretched and my heart stirred."
"Worship is a matter of controversy in the present generation, as it has frequently been in past generations. Give Praise to God
will give readers a biblical, well-reasoned, and historically informed understanding of a Reformed perspective on worship presented by some of the best Reformed thinkers of our day." --L. Roy Taylor
"A significant contribution. As a theologian, I believe that worship must be at the heart and center of all that we are, all that we do, and all that we write. This volume helps us to focus on this fundamental priority while also reminding us that God is concerned with the form and content of our worship." --A. T. B. McGowan
About the Author
Philip Graham Ryken (M.Div., D.Phil.) is senior minister of Tenth Presbyterian Church in Philadelphia. Derek W. H. Thomas (M.Div., Ph.D.) is the John E. Richards professor of practical theology at Reformed Theological Seminary in Jackson, Mississippi. J. Ligon Duncan III (M.Div., M.A., Ph.D.) is the senior minister of First Presbyterian Church, Jackson, Mississippi.