a narrative theology of trinitarian worship, part 1

I’m doing some theological thinking about worship lately and to help organize my thoughts, I’m writing. This is the first of probably 4 posts offering my thoughts on a narrative theology of trinitarian worship. Here, I’m using the term “narrative” (yes, all you theological bloggers out there know that’s a charged term) because I’m lookingContinue reading “a narrative theology of trinitarian worship, part 1”