TCH 521 “Right” Worship in the Post-Modern World
Faculty: Dr. D. Jonathan Watts (Profile)
ABOUT THE COURSE
There is much tension in the Christian community over the definition of “right” worship. This tension has risen to the point where persons and congregations find themselves arguing and accusing the other of not doing worship correctly. How does one arrive at a definition of “right” worship? One way is to trace the history and formation of Christian worship from its earliest development and follow it through to this Post-Modern era. This course begins exploring worship before it was organized. Starting with the concepts of worship in Genesis, this course will follow the development of worship from its earliest roots as it progresses through the Tabernacle, Temple, Synagogue, and on through its change and diversity in the Christian Community.