O Come, Let Us Worship: Corporate Worship In The Evangelical Church
Publish Date: 2010-05-01
Author: Robert G. Rayburn
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Michael A. Rogers: It is refreshing to see biblical theology so thoroughly integrated with practical directives for developing the worship service. (Eternity) Clifford E. Bajema: Out of Rayburn's rich experience as a teacher and as a preacher who has served five pastorates, he gives us a book which should further liturgical interest and discussion on Reformed circles... All in all Rayburn's book is very much worth reading. (Calvin Theological Journal) William F. Hunter: Will hopefully stimulate evangelicals to explore a relatively unknown aspect to the corporate life of believers. (Journal of Psychology and Theology) Donald Macleod: A very ambitious survey...it is a very comprehensive treatment of the worship responsibilities of the everyday parish ministry. (Princeton Seminary Bulletin) Garry Harris: A critical self-analysis of the short-comings in the evangelical liturgical experience. (It) should serve as a guide to more meaningful corporate worship. (Seminary Review) R. O. Zorn: A useful volume which will make ministers and their congregations more conscious of the nature and significance of public worship. (Vox Reformata) Laurence H. Stookey: Those evangelicals who conduct worship services which are casual and uncoordinated and who shun the riches of catholic prayer and hymnody are presented with a thoughtful challenge by a writer with impeccable evangelical credentials. (Homiletics) Robert G. Rayburn, (d: 1990), was the founding president of Covenant Theological Seminary where he also served as Professor of Practical Theology. He also served five pastorates, including the College Church in Wheaton, Illinois. As a chaplain in the United States Army he served in both the Second World War and the Korean War.