The Conviction of Things Not Seen
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Whether you are a theologian, a layperson, a worship leader, a choir director, or a member of the clergy, you've probably been confronted by some or all of the following questions: How can a pastor care for parishioners through worship, liturgy, and sacrament? How might a congregation preserve tradition while being open to innovation? What role should music play in worship? What is the function of ritual? How significant are visual representations in worship? Can we be "seeker sensitive" without sacrificing the rich history of our faith tradition? How can we make our congregations more multicultural? Inspired by the work and witness of theologian Robert Webber, The Conviction of Things Not Seen offers a unique approach to the "worship wars" by focusing on the integral relationship between worship, pastoral ministry, and cultural engagement.