Christian Worship: Its Theology and Practice
Broadman Press, 1967 - 245 pages
A classic treatise on the meaning, expression, planning, and leading of Christian worship, originally written by the late Franklin Segler and now updated by Randall Bradley for this third edition, with more emphasis on contemporary issues.
What Is Worship?
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