A brief list of recommendations. These titles link back and can be purchased through the store.
by John Frame. A good introduction to the definition and application of worship.
by Reggie Kidd. An outline of the diverse voices that God embraces, and their unity.
by Michael E. Wittmer. Great intro to a biblical worldview, asserting creation in itself is not evil.
by R. J. Gore, Jr. Responding to the regulative principle, and attempting to always be reforming.
by James B. Torrance. A deeper theological work looking at how the Trinity practically shapes our theology and lives.
by Fred Sanders and Klaus Issler, editors. The Person and Work of Christ put forth in terms of the Trinitarian relationship.
by Jeremy Begbie. A good sized philosophical work that bridges the three ideas in the title within a Christian worldview. Worth the effort!
by Jeremy Begbie. A more accessible work on the topic of what theology can do for music.
by Nicholas Wolterstorff. Delving into the areas of theology and art in a ChristianÍs life.
by Jacques Maritain. A philosophical look at art, coming from a Christian perspective.
by D.A. Carson, editor. looking at a few contemporary liturgical practices and their grounding in the word. Contributors include Mark Ashton, R. Kent Hughes, Tim Keller.
by John Frame. Responding to the contemporary vs. traditional music debate, Frame is thoroughly biblical and even-handed.
by Bob Kauflin. Practical aspects of worship, especially for those who lead music.
by Ralph P. Martin. A brief overview of how the early church worshiped God.
by Bard Thompson, editor. Utilizes original sources to paint a brief history of our liturgical roots, from Justin Martyr (ca. 155 A.D.) to John Wesley
by Makoto Fujimura. A book of essays reflecting upon art, its power and necessity, for the believer.
by William A. Dyrness. Interacting with the life and work of the French painter, Georges Rouault. An incredible book for anyone interested in how to be a Christian and an artist, or how to appreciate art as a Christian.
by Pierre du Bourguet. Written by the curator of Christian Antiquities at the Louvre, an overview of the early Christian art and their interaction with the world around them. Includes many examples.