The Bible and Worship: Music, Art, and Culture

During Midwinter – join Geoff Twigg, Jay Phelan, and Jen McDonald for a Two-Day Workshop (Tuesday & Thursday) on:

The Bible and Worship: exploring the origins and character of worship in the Old and New Testament. Both Israelite and early Christian worship formed in profoundly multi-cultural settings in the Ancient Near East and Greco-Roman worlds. The Bible demonstrates that Jews and Christians made use of the material culture and artistic resources of their neighbors in the development of their worship practices.

The course will explore contemporary material culture and arts in our multi-cultural setting as a means of enhancing and enriching contemporary worship practices, arguing such accommodations are rooted in the Bible itself.  North Park Theological Seminary is offering this class for audit.

If you are not already a North Park student, registration is straightforward—begin by filling out a visiting student application. Follow the instructions and download the brief application to take the class for audit or credit as a visiting student: Apply here. To receive audit credit the course fee is $150 or to receive graduate credit the course fee is $1500. For questions about the admission process, contact Seminary Admission at semadmissions(at) or call (773) 244-6229.  If you are a current North Park Seminary Student, contact Seminary Academic Services at semacadecmicserv(at) to register for the course.

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