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Deuteronomy 26:5b-9; Deuteronomy 6:20-24; Joshua 24:2b-13; Psalm 86:1-17; Psalm 05:1-45; Psalm 35:1-21; Nehemiah 9:6ff; Exodus 14:4-6; Exodus 19:9ff; Exodus 33:20ff; Exodus 24:1ff; Psalm 50:1-7; Psalm 81:9-11; Isaiah 2:2ff; Nehemiah 8:1ff; Deuteronomy 31:10ff; Exodus 19:1; Joshua 24:14ff; Joshua 24:16ff, 24; Joshua 24:25; Deuteronomy 27:15ff; Joshua 24:27; Deuteronomy 27:12f; Joshua 8:34; Genesis 42:9; Ezekiel 16:60; Exodus 32:13-14; Deuteronomy 32:7; Jeremiah 14:21; Exodus 13:1-10; Psalm 20:4;
In this study we will attempt to establish a basis upon which these issues can properly be answered. The primary focus will be upon worship in the Old Testament, though to limit any study of worship to the time and writings before God incarnated Himself would be to answer inadequately any applicable question regarding worship in the modem context. Therefore, this study will also look to see how the analysis of worship in the Old Testament context is manifested in the New Testament. When the proper correlation is made, then one is ready to address the questions and concerns regarding modem worship of the same God who was worshiped by Israel and the early church.
Whittle, Brian, "Remembrance and Worship in Israel-A Study of Gerhard von Rad's Theology of Worship in the Old Testament" (1999). Master of Sacred Theology Seminar Papers. 45.
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