Dr. Fernando Arzola Jr's recent book engages in a comparative study of corporate worship

Posted by Fernando.Arzola on Thursday March 31, 2011

Recently published by Wipf and Stock, Dr. Fernando Arzola Jr., Associate Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, engages in a comparative study of Catholic, Evangelical, and Orthodox teachings on corporate worship and suggests classic practices that help deepen the understanding and experience of worship.


"All Christians worship God, but they do so in mystifyingly different ways, in a variety of languages, liturgies, theologies, ecclesiologies, and pieties. By examining the worship patterns of Catholic, Evangelical, and Orthodox communities of faith, this comparative study helps us to see the unity that marks the universal Body of Christ scattered throughout time as well as space. It also allows us to consider with candor the distinctive traits of these major faith families and the numerous demarcations within each. A welcome addition to the growing literature on worship!"

Dr. Timothy George
Founding Dean, Beeson Divinity School

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