Starting a 5 week conference on reformed theology, we begin to look at how the reformation restored a Biblical worship to the people of God.

From the Bible, we look at the following questions:

  • What is worship?
  • Who is to be worshipped?
  • Why should we worship?
  • Who is able to worship?
  • Where should we worship?

We see some of the errors in the worship before the Reformation and how these were corrected by an appeal to Scripture to know how God should be worshipped.

Sadly, we see that the worship of the generality of churches in this day and age bears a strong resemblance in character to that before the Reformation.

We are encouraged to get back to Biblical worship and not to embrace the parody of it that we see in so many churches today.

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Greg Hodson

Greg came to Grace Church, Modesto from the UK in 1997. For many of the intervening years, he has functioned as a teaching elder in the fellowship. He is frequently involved in the teaching ministry and also leads the Internet Ministries and the Youth Ministry. Before coming to Grace Church, he was a teaching elder in a small village chapel in the UK for four years. He is married with 3 children and 3 grandchildren.

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