Review: For the Glory of God


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For the Glory of God

Worship Songs. We have the Oldies: “Celebrate Jesus, Celebrate,” “Enemy’s Camp,” and “Going Up To the High Places.” We have the Newbies: “How He Loves Me,” “Your Love Never Fails,” and “Oceans.” We meet God, enjoined together in a beautiful display of corporate worship, all to the glory of God. Yet, being honest with ourselves and others, what are these songs really saying? How often do we sit down to think about the words that are coming out of our mouths and being offered up to God?

In For the Glory of God Daniel Block gives us a biblical theology of worship. He doesn’t claim this as the be-all-end-all of books on worship. Block, wanting to do justice to the Scripture, looks at the entire Bible for his conclusions as “the First [the Old] Testament is three times the length of the New Testament and probably contains a…

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