My third book by Darryl Hart (and John Muether) is a welcome breath of fresh air regarding worship and at the same time an exercise in discernment. Hart and Muether are defending Reformed/Presbyterian worship and so include and defend many things in their church services which I would not (sacraments, liturgy, Sunday Sabbath, etc.). However, […]
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Book Author: Hart, Darryl G.
Hart is professor of church history and dean at Westminster Theological Seminary. He has written also in the area of Reformed worship (With Reverence and Awe, D.G. Hart & J.R. Muether) and American church history (see last month’s Book Shelf). Hart’s purpose in this book (2002) is to examine the influence evangelicalism has had on […]
I had not read Hart before this book, and only then because I found him quoted a lot by D.A. Carson regarding culture. Hart, a Westminster Seminary, Harvard, and Johns Hopkins graduate writes very fairly about conservatives in a mixed religious and secular culture. I liked his view that the church should be kept the […]