Spirit & Truth: A Film About Worship | Media Gratiae Online Course
Spirit & Truth: A Film About Worship | Media Gratiae Online Course

Spirit & Truth: A Film About Worship | Media Gratiae Online Course

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God has described for us the worship acceptable to Him. Anything else He will reject. In this six-week walk through the film Spirit and Truth, you will hear the teachings of Scripture concerning how God desires to be worshipped and the very real implications of getting that worship wrong.


This beautiful and urgent film by Les Lanphere is a must-watch for everyone who names the name of Christ. We pray that it will raise many troubling questions in the minds of believers all across the world regarding how we approach the worship of God; and that it will be used to lead Christ's church more and more into having every area of our lives—most principally our worship—regulated by the authoritative, inerrant, and sufficient Word of God.


When we think about worship, we too often ask ourselves the wrong questions. What do I like? What would non-Christians like? What would the people in my church like? All along, we’re missing the central question. How does God want to be worshiped?

Spirit & Truth dives into Scripture and history to rethink how we are to approach the God we worship.

Featuring John Bowers, Josh Buice, Alan Strange, Tim Challies, Kevin DeYoung, Robert Godfrey, David Hall, Jason Helopoulos, Mark Jacinsky, Terry Johnson, Conifex Makhalira, Robert McCurley, Ryan McGraw, Stephen Nichols, Rick Philips, Joseph Pipa, Neil Stewart, David Strain, Joe Thorn, and Chad VanDixhoorn.

“The acceptable way of worshiping the true God, is instituted by himself, and so limited by his own revealed will, that he may not be worshiped according to the imagination and devices of men, nor the suggestions of Satan, under any visible representations, or any other way not prescribed in the Holy Scriptures” (1689 London Baptist Confession of Faith, 22.1).