I invite you to explore a little with me - it's not directly related to worship but I've found that theology and philosophy and worship seem to be vitally connected.
If anyone thinks people of faith aren't thinking people, they ought to try reading someone like Alvin Plantinga. I enjoy the challenge of trying to understand his philosophical arguments.
One thing is for sure: Understanding the different philosophies are important because they are what shapes whole generations of thinking. And we've got a whole generation of young people who have a hard time reconciling faith to their philosophy and the world views so prevalent today...and many time it's faith that seems to get booted to the curb.
So I thought I'd share a few things I'm learning along the way. Any maybe by sharing it with you, it'll clarify my own understanding.
The book I'm reading is actually a written debate between Alvin Plantinga and Michael Tooley titled "Knowledge of God".
So, here we go....