Kent Burreson and Rhoda Schuler explore their research project involving worship, formation, and the catechumanate
I gave up my Starbucks addiction a long time ago. (In a previous life, the Webster/Old Orchard Starbucks was a near-daily stop on my way to work until I realized that it was part of the reason I gained 25 pounds and lost most of the cash in my wallet.) But I couldn’t help seeing Starbucks’ still new ad campaign while I was recently in the airport. “Take Comfort in Rituals.” Does it bring to mind visions of a hot cup of chai?
Timothy Maschke reviews WORSHIP, GOTTESDIENST, CULTUS DEI: What the Lutheran Confessions Say About Worship. By James L. Brauer, editor. St. Louis: Concordia, 2005. 304 pages. Hardback. $29.99