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Reformed Worship: Worship that is According to Scripture (new 2010 reprint) Paperback – January 1, 2010
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"For John Calvin, it was the issue of worship that necessitated the Reformation. Terry Johnson concurs, and in this book he applies biblical principles to reform contemporary worship. In this volume Johnson argues a cogent biblical case for worship according to the historic understanding of the regulative principle. His treatment of John Frame's contributions in the area of worship is important reading for those encouraged by contemporary style worship. This book is essential and timely reading." -- --Derek H. Thomas, Professor of Practical and Systematic Theology at Reformed Theological Seminary, Jackson
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Terry Johnson is the senior minister of the Independent Presbyterian Church in Savannah, Georgia. His other books include When Grace Comes Home; When Grace Transforms; When Grace Comes Alive and the best-selling The Family Worship Book.
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The real heart of the book is Johnson's exposition of what it means to worship "in spirit" and "in truth." "In truth" pertains to worship that is according to Scripture and worship that is actually and really filled with Scripture. To worship "in spirit" is be participate in worship from the heart, which is affectionate, simple, reverent, and biblically wise.
Johnson closes with great suggestions for further reading and study.
Johnson's understanding of worship presents itself as a product of exegesis and not merely a proof-texting of presuppositions. His explanation of the biblical passages and ideas that pertain to worship are excellent, easy to understand, and very pastoral.
I commend this book to all: for the pastor who really wants to understand what biblical worship looks like, for the congregant who wants to properly worship God, for the believer in Christ who wants good guidance on communing with his Savior, and for the family who desires to truly and reverently participate in family worship.
A must read!