Myths About Worship

This is the thirteenth of a 14 part series entitled “Myth or Faith” with Dr. Ken Schurb. In this episode Dr. Schurb discusses five myths about worship:

  1. If I pray and read the Bible I don’t need to go to church.
  2. If I go to church I don’t need to pray or read the Bible.
  3. The liturgy is a human invention not of God.
  4. As long as we quote the Bible our worship is Christian.
  5. If I don’t get anything out of liturgical worship I should find another way to worship.
  6. The more we are concerned with worship the less we are concerned about evangelism.

Original Air Date: April 9, 2003

Myths About Worship (mp3)

Classic Christian Worship

Pastor Bill Cwirla discusses the historic liturgy and the benefits it provides.

Original Air Date: August 9, 2006

Classic Christian Worship (mp3)

The Liturgy of Sickness, Death, and Dying – Part 7

This is the final part of a seven part series on the liturgy of sickness, death, and dying with Rev. William Weedon. Pastor Weedon discusses the remembrance of the faithful departed.

Guest: Rev. William Weedon
Topic: The Liturgy of Sickness, Death, and Dying
Original Air Date: April 26, 2004

The Liturgy of Sickness, Death, and Dying – Part 7 (mp3)

The Liturgy of Sickness, Death, and Dying – Part 6

This is the sixth part of a seven part series on the liturgy of sickness, death, and dying with Rev. William Weedon. Pastor Weedon discusses the liturgy of the committal.

Guest: Rev. William Weedon
Topic: The Liturgy of Sickness, Death, and Dying
Original Air Date: April 15, 2004

The Liturgy of Sickness, Death, and Dying – Part 6 (mp3)

The Liturgy of Sickness, Death, and Dying – Part 5

This is the fifth part of a seven part series on the liturgy of sickness, death, and dying with Rev. William Weedon. Pastor Weedon discusses the liturgy of the funeral.

Guest: Rev. William Weedon
Topic: The Liturgy of Sickness, Death, and Dying
Original Air Date: April 8, 2004

The Liturgy of Sickness, Death, and Dying – Part 5 (mp3)

The Liturgy of Sickness, Death, and Dying – Part 4

This is the fourth part of a seven part series on the liturgy of sickness, death, and dying with Rev. William Weedon. Pastor Weedon discusses the liturgy of the funeral home.

Guest: Rev. William Weedon
Topic: The Liturgy of Sickness, Death, and Dying
Original Air Date: March 25, 2004

The Liturgy of Sickness, Death, and Dying – Part 4 (mp3)

The Liturgy of Sickness, Death, and Dying – Part 3

This is the third part of a seven part series on the liturgy of sickness, death, and dying with Rev. William Weedon. Pastor Weedon discusses the liturgy of the commendation of the dying.

Guest: Rev. William Weedon
Topic: The Liturgy of Sickness, Death, and Dying
Original Air Date: March 18, 2004

The Liturgy of Sickness, Death, and Dying – Part 3 (mp3)

The Liturgy of Sickness, Death, and Dying – Part 2

This is the second part of a seven part series on the liturgy of sickness, death, and dying with Rev. William Weedon. Pastor Weedon first talks about the role of the pastor in comforting the sick. Then he discusses the liturgy of the visitation of the sick.

Guest: Rev. William Weedon
Topic: The Liturgy of Sickness, Death, and Dying
Original Air Date: March 9, 2004

The Liturgy of Sickness, Death, and Dying – Part 2 (mp3)

The Liturgy of Sickness, Death, and Dying – Part 1

This is the first part of a seven part series on the liturgy of sickness, death, and dying with Rev. William Weedon. Pastor Weedon talks about how little comfort there is in a funeral service that simply reflects on the life of the deceased, and the full comfort of the Christian in the face of death.

Guest: Rev. William Weedon
Topic: The Liturgy of Sickness, Death, and Dying
Original Air Date: March 4, 2004

The Liturgy of Sickness, Death, and Dying – Part 1 (mp3)

Historic vs. Contemporary Worship

Rev. Sean Rippy, a former advocate of Contemporary Worship, discusses the differences between historic and contemporary Christian worship, highlighting where contemporary worship falls short.

Guest: Rev. Sean Rippy
Topic: Historic vs. Contemporary Worship
Original Air Date: October 23, 2003

Historic vs. Contemporary Worship (mp3)

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