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Worship for the Whole People of God, Second Edition

Ruth C. Duck

  • 2/23/2021
  • 066426476X
  • 978-0-664-26476-5
  • Paperback
  • 7-10 days processing

Product Details

  • Paperback
  • 384
  • 6 x 9
  • 19.00 oz


“Worship for the Whole People of God, Second Edition, by Dr. Ruth Duck offers relevant and riveting scholarship that displays a deep commitment to ecumenicism, cultural diversity, and ecclesial integrity in worship. This is a resource that can be used by many who seek to deeply engage in worship exploring history, theology, liturgical practice, and pastoral sensibilities. I celebrate this resource and all that it offers the future of Christian worship.” —Khalia J. Williams, Assistant Dean of Worship and Music, Candler School of Theology, Emory University

“Ruth Duck brings together historical, theological, liturgical, pastoral, cultural, anecdotal, and practical elements in a comprehensive resource that students and ministers will want to use as a reference guide for years to come.” —John Ambrose, United Church of Canada, pastor, worship staff, and hymnal editor

“This revised edition is a timely response to the changing context for Christian worship. The updated sections and new additions make this volume one of the most resourceful, insightful, and practically useful textbooks for teaching and learning Christian worship in our multicultural world.” —Eunjoo Mary Kim, Professor of Homiletics and Liturgics, Iliff School of Theology

“Updated and adapted to address emerging needs, this second edition of Worship for the Whole People of God offers pragmatic guidelines for planning and leading worship in the twenty-first century. With her easily accessible writing style and a carefully organized text, Ruth Duck has crafted the ideal worship handbook, historically and theologically grounded, for seminaries and churches alike. In Worship for the Whole People of God, Ruth Duck once again inspires and educates with ease, inclusion, and grace.” —Mary Scifres, Worship Consultant and Author


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