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1517. The Legacy Project

1517 The Legacy Project serves churches and the world by providing a message of hope for those broken by the church, supplying theological resources that strengthen congregations, and modeling ways of engaging the culture in a manner that is thoughtful, courageous, and Christ-centered.

What’s The Big Deal About The Liturgy?
Part 4: The Dialect of Worship

Dialect |di·a·lect|: A particular form of a languagethat is peculiar to a specific region or social group. We are continuing our summer series on a theology of worship through the lens of language. Before moving forward, let me highlight a few points by way of review: The liturgy lets God have His say with His […]

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What’s The Big Deal About The Liturgy?
Part 3: The Syntax of Worship

Syntax |sin·taks|: The arrangement of words or phrases to create well-formed sentences in a language. We are continuing to develop a theology of worship by looking at the liturgy through the lens of language. Like any language, the liturgy has syntax—a structure that provides order and intelligibly communicates meaning through all that is said. In […]

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What’s The Big Deal About The Liturgy?
Part 1: Basic Grammar

grammar |grăm·er|: The system of rules that defines the structure of a language. The liturgy of the church names God for who He is and for what He has done for us. It not only uses the language of the Scriptures, but it also faithfully confesses the faith of the Scriptures. Over the next few […]

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Dr. Rosenbladt’s Response To ‘An Open Letter From One Of Those Millennials’

Jonathan Aigner wrote a very insightful post at theologyinworship.com, and it crossed our path. Dr. Rosenbladt decided to pen a response, which we are posting here openly. Jonathan, A quick response to your “spot-on” rant. And my thanks for taking the time to lay it all down for anyone interested to read! There is a […]

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