Worship in the New Testament & Early Church
History and Philosophy of NT and Early Church Worship
A. The Development of Christian Worship
1. Early Jewish believers modeled their Christian worship on what they had experienced in
the Synagogue pl
MUSC 313 001
Ethan J Wolfe
Critical Analysis of Exploring the Worship Spectrum by Paul Basden
11 March 2014
The debate over style and methodology of worship has been raging for centuries
and realistically will not conclude until God rei
Worship In The Old Testament
1) Genesis 4:20-21
First Biblical mention of music.
Jubal 7th generation from Adam.
Jabal (his brother) was the father of nomadic herdsmen.
2) Genesis 22:5
First mention of worship in the Bible.
Abraham acts in obedience.
MUSC 313 Worship in the 5th through the 15th Century part 3
I. The Eleventh Century Mass
There are two parts of the Mass: The Liturgy of the
and the Eucharistic feast
The Ordinary of the Mass (indicated here with bold text) is the
term given to
MUSC 313 Worship in the 5th through 15th Century
Dr. Suzano part 1
I. Worship in the 5th through 15th Century
In the wake of Constantines decree of 313 AD, establishing that Christianity should be
tolerated throughout the empire, the new faith spread like
MUSC 313 Worship in the 5th through the 15th Century part 2
I. The Early Christian Creeds also known as the Three Ecumenical
The Apostles Creed (the earliest of the 3) is based on the words of
the Great Commission of Matthew 28:19, 20
7 Great Awakenings
Among the Revivals and Renewals throughout history certain characteristics are similar:
1) Renewed commitment to worship,
2) Conviction of sin,
3) Awareness of Gods holiness.
When God brings revival, people experience an intense desire