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Worship Formation and the Catechumenate (Burreson, Schuler)

Theology in Motion

Release Date: 02/03/2021

Worship and the Formative Power of the Arts (Taylor) show art Worship and the Formative Power of the Arts (Taylor)

Theology in Motion

In this stimulating conversation with Rev. Dr. W. David O. Taylor we explore his book Glimpses of the New Creation: Worship and the Formative Power of the Arts. - We discuss: 1. the role of the arts in worship, 2. the unique powers of different art forms, 3. arts' influence on theology and vice-versa, and 4. the ways our aesthetic choices open up and close down opportunities for formation in worship. If shownotes do not appear, follow this link: https://theologyinmotion.libsyn.com/worship-and-the-formative-power-of-the-arts-taylor    

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Psalm 22:3 and God's Presence in Worship (Saleska) show art Psalm 22:3 and God's Presence in Worship (Saleska)

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In this conversation with Rev. Dr. Timothy Saleska we dive deeply into the text of Psalm 22:3 - as a Lutherans trying to understand what it means for God to be "enthroned on the praises of Israel" (ESV).  - We discuss: 1. the exegesis of Psalm 22, 2. the discrepancy between the Septuagint and Hebrew in regard to Psalm 22:3, and 3. what it can tell us about the relationship between God's presence and the praises of His people. If shownotes do not appear, follow this link: https://theologyinmotion.libsyn.com/psalm-223-and-gods-presence-in-worship-saleska

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Book: Work and Worship (Kaemingk) show art Book: Work and Worship (Kaemingk)

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In this conversation with Rev. Dr. Matthew Kaemingk we explore the book Work and Worship - Reconnecting Our Labor and Liturgy. We discuss: 1. What it looks like for workers to bring their whole selves to worship (trumpets, ashes, tears, petitions, and fruits), 2. How worship enlivens and contextualizes the workplace, 3. The Old Testament and Early Church as a model of this integration, and 4. the importance of festival and frivolity. If shownotes do not appear, follow this link: https://theologyinmotion.libsyn.com/book-work-and-worship-kaemingk

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Psalm 130: Out of the Depths (Armstrong, Fox, McMahon) show art Psalm 130: Out of the Depths (Armstrong, Fox, McMahon)

Theology in Motion

In this conversation with Dr. CJ Armstrong, Kip Fox, and Ariel McMahon we explore the song "Out of the Depths" based upon Psalm 130 - a part of CWL's Psalm Libary. We discuss: 1. the exegesis of Psalm 130, 2. what it is like for a songwriter to work with an academic theologian (and vice versa), 3. going "behind the music" of "Out of the Depths". If shownotes do not appear, follow this link: https://theologyinmotion.libsyn.com/psalm-130-out-of-the-depths-armstrong-fox-mcmahon  

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Contemporary and Traditional Worship (Ruth) show art Contemporary and Traditional Worship (Ruth)

Theology in Motion

In this conversation with Rev. Dr. Lester Ruth we explore: 1. the sources of contemporary praise and worship (CPaW), 2. stereotypes in regard to traditional and CPaW styles, 3. the storytelling aspect of worship, and 4. the future of the relationship between CPaW and traditional worship. If shownotes do not appear, follow this link: https://theologyinmotion.libsyn.com/contemporary-and-traditional-worship-ruth    

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Book: The Worship Architect (Cherry) show art Book: The Worship Architect (Cherry)

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In this conversation with Rev. Dr. Constance Cherry we explore her book The Worship Architect: 1. God's blueprint for worship, 2. the leader's role in designing services, 3. how worship designers engage culture, and 4. criteria for song selection. If shownotes do not appear, follow this link: https://theologyinmotion.libsyn.com/book-the-worship-architect-cherry

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Worship Formation and the Catechumenate (Burreson, Schuler) show art Worship Formation and the Catechumenate (Burreson, Schuler)

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In this conversation with Drs. Rhoda Schuler and Kent Burreson we explore their Calvin Institute of Worship funded research project involving worship and the catechumanate: 1. the implications of baptism for the local community of faith, 2. the integration of worship and discipleship, 3. the ways in which rituals form us, and 4. the four stages of discipleship. If shownotes do not appear, follow this link:  https://theologyinmotion.libsyn.com/worship-formation-and-the-catechumanate-burreson-schuler        

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Baptism and the Old Testament (Sundquist) show art Baptism and the Old Testament (Sundquist)

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In this conversation with Rev. Bob Sundquist we explore the biblical narrative of baptism starting in a seemingly unlikely place: the Old Testament. If shownotes do not appear, follow this link: https://theologyinmotion.libsyn.com/baptism-and-the-old-testament-sundquist

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Psalm 72: Long Live the King (Elliott, Fox) show art Psalm 72: Long Live the King (Elliott, Fox)

Theology in Motion

In this conversation with Dr. Paul Elliott and Kip Fox we explore the song "Long Live the King" based upon Psalm 72 - a part of CWL's Psalm Libary Initiative and: 1. the exegesis of Psalm 72, 2. what it is like for a songwriter to work with an academic theologian (and vice versa), 3. going "behind the music" with the songwriters of 'Long Live the King". If shownotes do not appear, follow this link: https://theologyinmotion.libsyn.com/psalm-72-long-live-the-king-elliott-fox  

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Book: The Holy Spirit and Christian Experience (Zahl) show art Book: The Holy Spirit and Christian Experience (Zahl)

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In this conversation with Dr. Simeon Zahl we explore his latest book, The Holy Spirit and Christian Experience, and what it has to say about leading worship: 1. moving past the false dichotomy of theology and experience, 2. the distinction between law and gospel in worship, 3. the ways in which the Holy Spirit's work is connected to salvation and how that relates to our experience. If shownotes do not appear, follow this link: https://theologyinmotion.libsyn.com/book-the-holy-spirit-and-christian-experience-zahl  

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In this conversation with Drs. Rhoda Schuler and Kent Burreson we explore their Calvin Institute of Worship funded research project involving worship and the catechumanate: 1. the implications of baptism for the local community of faith, 2. the integration of worship and discipleship, 3. the ways in which rituals form us, and 4. the four stages of discipleship.

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https://theologyinmotion.libsyn.com/worship-formation-and-the-catechumanate-burreson-schuler

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