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Review – What the Bible teaches about worship

January 2008
What the Bible teaches about worship
Robert L. Dickie
Evangelical Press
149 pages; £6.95
ISBN: 978-0-85234-659-4

Addressing a stirring within the church for a deeper and richer experience of God in worship, Robert Dickie seeks to answer several questions – What is worship? How do we worship? And what is acceptable worship? He does so by reviewing what he helpfully describes as ‘throne room worship’ in the light of Revelation chapters 4 and 5.

This book is divided into 4 parts – The ingredients of throne room worship; The departure from throne room worship; The steps to recovering throne room worship; and practical suggestions on how to worship God. These parts are further subdivided into a series of short chapters, each reviewing a single aspect of worship.

The many quotations used reveal the depth and breadth of the author’s personal reading on the subject, and his own words reveal an earnest conviction that ‘throne room worship’ is the only appropriate response to the work of our great God and Saviour as is set forth in Scripture.