Daily Archives: February 15, 2011

Thoughts on High Worship

High church worship (Eastern Orthodox and Roman Catholicism) fail at the fundamental level of dualism. They pit the body against the soul; biblical, Reformed liturgical worship undoes the dualism in favor of a Psalmic-led life and liturgy where bodies are … Continue reading

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Establishing new kingdoms…

Communities where Trinitarian worship is not stressed nor emphasized have failed fundamentally at the task of dominion; they have taken the tactic of the First Adam who decided to take dominion in his own way. New Kingdoms were and will always … Continue reading

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Dominion and Psalmnody

There is another fundamental demand in the discipling of the nations. Christ uttered his command (Mat. 28:18-20) to an utterly Hebrew-minded people; a people steeped in Psalmic language; a people steeped in the Davidic utterances and cries to Yahweh. David … Continue reading

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Dreams by Langston Hughes

Audio Poem; see also Browning’s How do I Love Thee?

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