W 179 Confessing Our Sins (2004)

Confession of our sins is one of the key aspects of Christian worship. It is here that we experience the good news of the gospel - that God deals with the very thing that separates us from him. And yet too often it has become humdrum and bland.

This helpful guide looks first at the biblical basis for confession, then at the different stages of confession, the material available, and the symbolism that can be deployed in helping penitence become an engaging and profitable part of worship once more.
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Author: Andrew Atherstone

The Revd Dr Andrew Atherstone is tutor in history and doctrine, and Latimer research fellow, at Wycliffe Hall, Oxford. He is also assistant curate of Eynsham and Cassington, near Oxford, having previously worked for churches in Islington, Reading and Abingdon.

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