Redefining "Worship" for an Autonomous Age

Wednesday, 30 May 2007

Today, "worship" means something different to each person. Yet there may be a common denominator among many people, a description of worship that many would recognize. It goes like this: "When I worship, I thank and praise God." Sound familiar? Is there a different way to describe worship? Is there any really different way of talking about worship? From God to Us The aforementioned description of worship involves an action from people-us or me-toward God. "I" am the subject of the verbs-the source of the "thanking&...

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