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Posted July 16, 2013
R. C. Sproul in his new book, "How Then Shall We Worship?&q
R. C. Sproul in his new book, "How Then Shall We Worship?" part of the Classic Theology series published by David C. Cook shows us Biblical Principles to Guide Us Today.
From the Back Cover: Discover God's design for worship
From the back cover: Worship can mean many things to many people. Even the Church cannot seem to agree on how worship should look. We can choose from contemporary music, traditional services, and everything in between. Yet while we often take our cues from pop culture or Church history, the true nature of worship is found in God's Word.
Dr. R. C. Sproul believes that God intends for worship to be a taste of Heaven on earth. A trusted teacher and theologian for more than fifty years, Dr. Sproul takes a profound look at the divine design, art and call of worship. Filled with rich insights and fresh perspectives, all built on a solid foundation of Scripture, "How Then Shall We Worship?" will inspire and encourage you to embrace a deeper, richer worship experience.
Man was meant to worship. Because of our Sin nature it is easier to worship a golden calf that God. And once we accept Jesus as Lord it doesn't seem to get easier. In thirteen chapters Dr. Sproul gives us the problem and works to bring us into how we should worship. Obviously Dr. Sproul does a magnificent job in explaining how worship should be a sensory experience, one filled with music, communion to smell and taste and more which is one of the reasons why you need to have this book. "How Then Shall We Worship? is a must have book. It is a must have for you because you will read it once, stash it on your bookshelf and come back to it again and again for refreshing. It is a must have for your friends and family so that they can do the exact same thing. We all need to learn and understand and who better than Dr. Sproul to help us with that understanding. I recommend this book highly!
Disclosure of Material Connection: I received this book for free from David C. Cook for this review. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission's 16 CFR, Part 255: "Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising."
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