Thursday, September 29, 2011

Interest in worship

My previous post on worship was written in response to watching an episode of The Simpsons. That post was mainly geared toward answering a popular piece of anti-Christian propaganda that had been promoted on the show. But worship does deserve treatment in its own right, not just in responding to caricatures from the critics. So I'm planning two follow-ups at this point:
  • How holy living fits into the picture of worship
  • Worship and religion called for in the Bible
It just leaves such an incomplete picture, to talk about a skeptical argument and leave it there.

3 comments:

val said...
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Howard said...

Sounds like a good theme - I look forward to the postings.
Val, just reading the first chapter of John's Gospel alone makes it clear that there's much more to unpack here than your 'gift' suggests or touches upon, and John 3, building upon this, makes it clear why we need to take account - amongst humanity - of both darkness and light.

Weekend Fisher said...

Hi Howard

Good to see you. I deleted the comment above yours because not only was it spam, it wasn't even on-topic for this post.

Take care & God bless
Anne / WF