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Sacred Song and God's Presence in 2 Chronicles 5, the Renewal Community of Judah and Beyond

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After an overview of his compositional technique in the temple dedication narrative (2 Chronicles 5-7), the Chr's theology of worship in chapter 5 is examined. The Chr's emphasis on the sacred song, God's glorious presence and related themes are traced in this essay. The relevance of this message is explored for: the Chr's community during the reconstruction period, the task of biblical theology and the renewal tradition as it embarks upon another century after the Azusa Street Revival.

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