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May 17, 2023

The Role of Our Physical Bodies in Worship

What do you do with your hands in worship? How about your arms? If you feel self-conscious or struggle with a physical response when you worship, don’t miss Chris Fabry Live. Author and professor of theology and culture David Taylor has studied the role of our physical bodies in worship. Are we missing an important aspect of praising God? Join us for Chris Fabry Live.

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David Taylor

W. David O. Taylor (ThD, Duke Divinity School) is associate professor of  theology and culture at Fuller Theological Seminary. An Anglican priest, he has lectured widely on the arts, from Thailand to South Africa. Taylor has written for the Washington Post, Image Journal, and Religion News Service, among others. He is the author of several books, including A Body of Praise, Glimpses of the New Creation: Worship and the Formative Power of the Arts, and Open and Unafraid: The Psalms as a Guide to Life. In 2016, he produced a short film on the psalms with Bono and Eugene Peterson. He lives in Austin, Texas.

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Chris Fabry is the host of Chris Fabry Live on Moody Radio and is the author of more than 80 books. He is a member of the Christy Award Hall of Fame for Christian Fiction. His latest release is Saving Grayson from Focus on the Family. He and his wife live near Tucson, AZ.

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Chris Fabry Live is designed to build up the spiritual immune system of the Christian men and woman. As you walk through the journey of faith called the Christian life, you meet new people, learn new things, laugh, cry and, most importantly, grow in your understanding of God.