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Christian Worship - Audio Lectures

By Covenant Theological Seminary

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Dr. Mark Dalbey, assistant professor of practical theology, motivates and equips pastors and worship leaders to develop worship ministries in local churches that are biblically based, bring glory to God, are full of both reverence and joy, are a delight and pleasure to God and His people, and are vital parts of an overall approach to ministry and church growth. In this course we will take a biblical, historical, and contemporary look at the Regulative Principle of Worship. The course is presented in a format that combines lecture and discussion utilizing the participation of the students as well as the professor. Students will leave the class with a theological and biblical foundation for corporate worship in a local congregation, as well as practical helps in planning and leading worship services that are excellent in quality, culturally relevant, and full of both awe and celebration.

Customer Reviews


awesome and it's free. audio quality is poor, but content easily makes up for it


One of the few lecture series I've seen that addresses Christian worship at all. It addresses how to put together a worship service and how to develop a worship team. It describes real problems of conflicts within the church. It addresses worship wars issues. I found particularly interesting the lecture on baptisms, Lord's Supper, weddings, and funerals.

I wish the serier were a little less focused on the mechanics and more focused on what worship is and how to direct a congregation's attention to God.