Worship II: Theology
In Worship II, Nathan works canonically through Old Testamant worship, which is the backdrop for New Testament worship. Then we see what the NT writers have to say about worship through their OT usage.
This is one of the more theologically formative courses we've done because it deals with how we should think about and use the Old Testamant - this course is a total framework adjustment.
We recommend this for anyone involved in worship to any degree as well as pastors and church leaders.
Nathan introduces this course by defining true worship with contributions from both the Old & New Testaments.
This lesson is all about Worship as Physical Gesture, Worship as Cultic Ritual, with an exhaustive take on what true worship must be.
The Dimensions of Devotion, The Dimensions of Biblical Worship, & The Evolution of Religious Systems of Belief and Worship
God’s Name; Contrasting Biblical Images of God as Popularly Perceived, The Image of God as Presented in Exodus, YHWH worthy of praise.
The Objects of Christian Worship
The Subject of Worship Who does God invite into His presence? Whose worship will God accept?
True Worship In the New Testament, The Early Church’s Teaching On Acceptable Worship, & Applications for Today
Music And Worship In The Bible, The Sound of Second Temple Worship, Music and Songs in the New Testament & In The Modern Church & More.
Sacrifice and Offerings as Worship, Biblical Evidence for Sacrifice, The Mosaic Tabernacle & Tithes in the OT & NT
How To Survive A Worship Service