Unceasing Worship: Biblical Perspectives on Worship and the Arts is another book I’m picking up.
Too often Christians have only thought of worship in terms of particular musical styles or liturgical formats. But a proper view of worship is far larger than what takes place in churches on Sunday mornings. All of us, Christian or not, are always worshiping, whether or not that worship is directed toward God. We are unceasing worshipers.
In this fruition of a lifetime of study, reflection and experience, Harold Best casts a holistic vision for worship as continuous outpouring in all settings and contexts. With careful exposition and eloquent analysis, Best addresses popular misunderstandings about the use of music and offers correctives toward a more biblically consistent practice of artistic action.
Incisive, provocative, profound and comprehensive, Best’s landmark volume is one by which all other statements on worship and the arts will be measured.
Buy it at Amazon: Unceasing Worship: Biblical Perspectives on Worship and the Arts