How Then Shall We Worship?

  • by R.C. Sproul
  • Narrated by Arthur Morey
  • 4 hrs and 49 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Dr. R.C. Sproul is one of today’s preeminent theologians. For more than 50 years his solid, practical messages have impacted and inspired generations of believers. The Classic Theology Series continues Dr. Sproul’s legacy.
How Then Shall We Worship? is a landmark look at God’s design for authentic worship. Today’s church cannot seem to agree on what corporate worship should look like. Some choose contemporary forms, others prefer traditional expressions. Yet pop culture or the status quo do not hold the answers. God’s Word does. Dr. Sproul digs deep into rich Scripture passages to provide a guide for worship today.
Readers will discover that God intends worship to be an unforgettable encounter between Himself and His people - a joyous experience engaging the worshiper’s entire being.


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Covenant Theology Apologetic

This book is only secondarily about worship. It is much more an apologetic for covenant theology. Sproul concludes that unless you embrace Renaissance traditions you are experiencing inferior worship. Curiously, the book claims to provide biblical principles. I found those to be woefully lacking in favor of Reformation traditions.
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- M. Vowels

Excellent content, but terribly boring narrator!

Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?

Yes and no. I would recommend the printed version before the audio version.

What did you like best about this story?

It raises and addresses a very crucial question that I think is highly neglected or misrepresented in modern day Christianity. I really appreciate the different angles Dr. Sproul tackled the topic from as well as his historical references.

How could the performance have been better?

Having it read by a narrator who doesn't sound like it is agonizing him to read this material. I had a hard time staying awake while listening to it because his voice is very boring to listen to.

Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

No, not if you want to spend some time digesting the content of it. But being only a little over 4 hours long, it is possible.

Any additional comments?

It's a shame Dr. R.C. Sproul didn't read this himself. They did this book an injustice by choosing the narrator that they did.

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- David Miles

Book Details

  • Release Date: 06-28-2013
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