Thoughts on Public Worship: Too light, too low, too high

by | Dec 20, 2010 | Book Reviews, Books, Ecclesiology, Practical Theology

“Your “God” is too “light”; your vision of the church is too low; your view of your self is too high, and consequently, your worship is too shallow” (John Jefferson Davis, Worship and the Reality of God: An Evangelcial Theology of Real Presence, 38).

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