I believe what is meant by "worship theology" is how a person believes worship should and shouldn't be done. Theology just by itself means a "study of divine things or religious truth; divinity" according to dictionary.com. So it follows that a Worship theology would be a study of divine worship, yes?
Though I must admit, I have never heard anyone use the phrase before.
Thanks Sunny!! You are right that's exactly what it is implied!! Maybe you might have heard "a theology of worship". However, what is implied most often is not only that worship like thology is rooted in God's revelation but it's also unchanging!!
sounds to me like another "theological term" to separate the "clergy" from the People. This is common among the churches of men and the apostate hirelings
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