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Engaging with God. A Biblical Theology of Worship (En Esprit et en vérité) 

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So what is this relationship to God that we call "worship" and "praise'', depending on the place and time? The author, at the end of a masterful overview of the biblical books concerned, shows that it is a particular way of entering into a relationship with God, a relationship for which God himself sets the conditions and the means. 

But this worshipful relationship is not just individual. Worship, contrary to popular belief, is not a simple act of personal piety. Indeed, the worship relationship is twofold: an expression of the believer's attachment to God, it is also service to others.

It is important that the worship, the adoration, the praise of Christians are nourished by the biblical text, otherwise this fundamental dimension of the life and the commitment of the Christian risks losing part of its richness. This book offers us an opportunity to revise our practices, our habits, and especially our ways of thinking, in the light of the richness of the practice and the thought of the Temple of the Old Testament, of Jesus, of the first Churches, of Paul, from the Epistle to the Hebrews and even from the Apocalypse to finally worship ... in Spirit and in truth.

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Original title : Engaging with God. A Biblical Theology of Worship
Author : David Peterson
Publisher : Excelsis
Pages : 344
Weight : 370 g
Legal deposit : 2005
Dimensions : 14 x 21 cm
ISBN : 9782755000245

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