This question has been debated vigorously since the beginning of Christ's church, and is the source of bitter disputes past and present. We live in a Christian age where music performance is the focal point and given the lion's share of time, energy and praise at most worship services and religious gatherings.
But what if we're missing the point entirely? What if music is not the main thing about worship?
In this book, Dan Lucarini, a former contemporary worship leader and best-selling author, examines the subject of worship from a biblical perspective. He shows us how far much of what we call worship today falls short of that ideal, and urges us to reconsider our priorities and, most importantly, to put God back at the center of all we do.
- 220 pages