This (the quote in the previous post) represents not any “rethinking” of Biblical theology, but a RECOVERY of what has been lost in our industrial/technological civilization, and, unfortunately submerged in Christian theology’s importing of civilizational values (aka in Scripture as “the world”).
“Worship is a symbiotic relationship between God and the worshipping community. God is giving and acting, and worshippers are responding in faith. Although the word ‘worship’ implies that it is predominantly about what we do, worship is really preeminently about what God is doing. God is actively present in all of God’s Trinitarian fullness—forgiving, offering God?s self in the proclamation Continue Reading