Gordon-Conwell Faculty and Alumni Explore Biblical Worship in New Publication

The newly released Biblical Worship: Theology for God’s Glory is co-edited by Dr. Walter Kaiser, Gordon-Conwell President Emeritus and Colman M. Mockler Distinguished Professor Emeritus of Old Testament and Old Testament Ethics. The publication explores a biblical theology of worship spanning the Old and New Testaments, and several chapters are authored by Gordon-Conwell alumni and faculty, including:

    • “Drawing Near to a Holy God: Priestly Worship in the Tabernacle” by Dr. Christine Palmer (MAOT ’97, MAR ’99), Adjunct Professor of Old Testament
    • “Kingship and Faithfulness: Worship and the Divided Kingdom” by Blake Hearson (M.Div. ’97)
    • “Praising the King Who Reigns: Worship in Book 4 of the Psalter” by Dr. Walter Kaiser
    • “Reestablishing Righteous Worship: Worship in Ezra” by Dr. Donna Petter (MAOT and MAR ’97), Associate Professor of Old Testament, Director of the Hebrew Language Program
    • “Protecting the Sanctity of Zion: Worship in Nehemiah” by Dr. Thomas Petter (MAOT and MAR ’97), Associate Professor of Old Testament

Pick up your copy of Biblical Worship: Theology for God’s Glory today!