Past Issue

The Winter 2021 issue of Didaskalia was on “Worship.”


Peer-Reviewed Articles

  • “‘Living According to the Lord’s Day’:  The Formative Role of Worship in Early Christianity” by Joshua Coutts, Providence Theological Seminary
  • “In the Presence of Poppies: Remembrance Day and Christian Worship” by Robert Dean, Providence Theological Seminary
  • “Clarifying the Grammar of Cyber-Eucharist: An Inquiry into ‘Presence’ as a Condition for Online Celebrations of the Eucharist” by Ryan Turnbull, University of Birmingham

Feature Interview

  • “Rhythms of Grace: Talking Worship with Steve Bell and Glen Soderholm” by Robert Dean, Providence Theological Seminary

Featured Sermons

  • “Stolen Words” by Stanley Hauerwas, Duke Divinity School
  • “Amateur Pastors” by Peter Bush, Westwood Presbyterian Church
  • “The Dead, the Undead, and the Living Life” by Lissa Wray Beal, Providence Theological Seminary
  • Accompanied by homiletical commentary by Jason Byassee, Vancouver School of Theology

Book Reviews

  • Annette Brownlee, Preaching Jesus Christ Today
  • Robert J. Dean, Leaps of Faith
  • Monique M. Ingalls, Singing the Congregation
  • Alan Rathe, Evangelicals, Worship, and Participation
  • John D. Rempel, Recapturing an Enchanted World
  • Melanie C. Ross, Evangelical versus Liturgical
  • Michael Tapper, Canadian Pentecostals, the Trinity, and Contemporary Worship Music