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Worship in the Way of the Cross
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Table of Contents

Preface and Acknowledgments

Part I: The Story that Shapes Cruciform Worship
1. The Stories that Transform (or Deform) Us and the World: The Narrative Background to Cruciform Worship
2. The World that We Shape and the World that Shapes Us: The Transformative Power of Cruciform Worship

Part II: Cruciformation: Worship in the Way of the Cross
3. An Introduction to Cruciformation (or, Toward a Theology of "Family Resemblance")
4. Cruciform Knowledge: Encountering Christ Through Cruciform Worship
5. Cruciform Perfection: Completion in Christ Through Cruciform Community
6. An Apology for the Church

Part III: Cruciform Counterculture
7. Worship at the Karaoke Chapel: From Subculture of Sameness to Counterculture of Cruciformity
8. How the Many Become One in Christ: From Homogeneous Unit to Multicultural, Multigenerational, Countercultural Family
9. Cultivating a Counterculture of Cruciform Worship: Some Basic Principles, Paradigms, and Approaches

Part IV: Interpersonal Cruciformity
10. Introduction to Interpersonal Cruciformity
11. Interpersonal Cruciformity in the Congregation
12. Interpersonal Cruciformity Within the Pastoral Staff

Part V: Cruciform Liturgy
13. The Liturgy of Cruciform Worship: Cruciformation Through Liturgical Ideation
14. The Cruciformational Prayers of the People: Ideation Through Supplication
15. The Cruciformational Preaching and Singing of the Word: Ideation Through Proclamation and Melodic-Harmonic Incarnation
16. Cruciformation through Holy Communion: Ideation Through Sacramental Participation

Part VI: Cruciform Mission
17. Cruciformission: Reconciled Reconcilers

Notes
Author Index
Subject Index
Scripture Index

About the Author

John Frederick (PhD, St. Andrews) is assistant professor and worship arts coordinator at Grand Canyon University in Phoenix, Arizona. He is the coeditor of Galatians and Christian Theology and Ecclesia and Ethics. He is also a trained musician, composer, songwriter, and worship leader whose music has been featured on the soundtrack of Yu-Gi-Oh! The Movie and the worship album Carmen Dei.

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