Ministerial Formation in Christian Worship in Southern Africe

G A Duncan

Graham Duncan, writing of the background to his teaching on the conduct of worship for black theological studentsregrets the tendency of Western Christians to impose their dualistic notions on an inherited African awareness of the integration of life and worship, notes the ‘catholic’ influence of service books stemming from the Church of Scotland, the more evangelical influence of the Free Church, the spontaneity, freedom and participative nature of African worship, along with a vital concern for order. He ends, as he began, with an appreciative comment on insights from Alexander Hetherwick’s 1931 article in the CSS Annual.

Volume 39 Spring 2004, p17
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