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January 30, 2005

Attractive Worship—Organized

Here’s this week’s Attractive Worship thread organized in one spot, beginning with S. M. Hutchens’s posts:

An Observation

Attractive Worship

Liturgical Orphans

Good Shepherds Make the Difference

Television Culture and Worship

A Matter of Style?

Boomers, Not Their Kids, Driving “Contemporary” Worship Trends

Worshipping God v. Entertaining Men

One Foundational Observation, and Six Rules

Manipulating the Worshipper/Honoring Our Elders

Younger Worshipper Drawn to Traditional Service

The “Worship Song” as Sacrament/A Response from S. M. Hutchens

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