This easy reader of church history traces the development of prayer, music, preaching, sacraments, and other rituals. It offers clear insight on the reasons behind current worship practices. The Wonder of Worship is a helpful book for pastors, worship leaders, or anyone who wonders, “Why do we do that in church?”
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- Preface by the author
- Helps for understanding the background of worship
- Questions for reflection
Praise for the Print Edition
Keith Drury has provided a guide to the basics of Christian worship with careful attention to both the historical developments and contemporary movements. Written with focus on evangelical sensibilities, it admirably fills a need in that rapidly growing element of American Christianity.
—James F. White, Bard Thompson Professor of Liturgical Studies, Drew University
What a wonderful treasure of past insights for present worship! Here, in an easy and useable form, Keith Drury connects the path of the past with the future. This book will help all of us who want to bring more depth and substance to our worship.
- Title: The Wonder of Worship
- Author: Keith Drury
- Publisher: Wesleyan Publishing House
- Publication Date: 2002
- Pages: 312
About Keith Drury
Keith Drury teaches practical ministry at Indiana Wesleyan University in Marion, Indiana, and writes extensively on Christian spirituality.