Category: Creational Theology

Creational Theology

The Cathedral Of The Creator

Why should the natural world feature prominently in our worship expressions and experiences? Any theology, be it sung, preached, or written, that doesn’t profoundly integrate the natural world around us, creates a very small story of worship. A small story of worship creates a small

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Creational Theology

The Doxology

It is a crisp, Autumn morning in the year 1674. An 18-year old student at Winchester College, with the rolling countryside of county Hampshire and the great Winchester Cathedral whispering to him from his window, is preparing for his day. An open pamphlet on his

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Brainwaves

10 Sacramental Ideas For Church Renewal

I asked good friend Brannon Hancock to write about the catalytic influence a deeper treatment of the Sacraments (visible signs of an inward grace), such as the Eucharist and Baptism, could have in a contemporary church’s worship life. With 10 reframing ideas, Brannon opens a sacred box for

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Brainwaves

5 Things Every Congregation Must Understand About Worship

I’ve now spent most of my adult life (30 years) thinking about, leading, and teaching on the topic of worship. It’s been central to my life’s call to reflect on why we do what we do in worship in settings like local churches, conference events, an universities.

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