A BIBLICAL THEOLOGY OF WORSHIP
Discovery SeriesA BIBLICAL THEOLOGY OF WORSHIP
About the Book
A Biblical Theology of Worship presents students with a biblical understanding of the worship of God. The course presents the essential nature of worship as an interpersonal relationship with the sovereign God of the Bible. It examines the Old Testament under the headings of sacred space, sacred actions, sacred speech, and sacred time, and also makes applications to New Testament practice. In addition, it delineates the New Testament emphasis on Christ, the church as the new temple, and the priesthood of believers. It then applies the resulting biblical theology of worship to contemporary Pentecostal practices and the extension of the kingdom of God.
About the Author
Calvin Pincombe’s ministry has been enriched by a diverse educational background in the fields of horticulture, art, music, philosophy, biblical languages, and theology. Prior to 1996, he served as a worship and small-group pastor and church planter in New England. He has served on the faculty of Evangel University and Central Bible College in Springfield, Missouri and at Valley Forge Christian College in Phoenixville, Pennsylvania.
Dr. Pincombe’s educational formation includes a B. A. degree in Philosophy from the University of Georgia (1979), an M. A. degree in Biblical Languages from the Assemblies of God Theological Seminary (1982), and a D. Min. degree from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary (1999). His doctoral work concentrated on the biblical theology of worship and its application in the local church. He is currently involved in additional graduate work in Christian Apologetics at Biola University.
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