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As I commence the summary of my readings—before we speak of the liturgy, theology and missiology that encompass ‘worship’—it is first useful to place some definitional pegs in the soil by providing a description of what Christian worship is. Several of the books developed their own explanation of the term.2 Peterson expresses succinctly that ‘worship… is essentially an engagement with [God] on the terms that he proposes and in the way that he alone makes possible’, a hypothesis that he expounds throughout the book. His trajectory lands with the affirmation of these ‘terms’, namely that ‘acceptable worship is an engagement with God, through Jesus Christ, in the Holy Spirit – a Christ-centred, gospel-serving, life-orientation’.
 David Peterson, Engaging with God: A Biblical Theology of Worship, ProQuest Ebook. (Leicester: IVP Academic, 1992), 20 (emphasis original).
 Peterson, Engaging with God, 293.
Firstly, we must determine whether Ἰουνιαν, was a man or woman. And we are immediately presented with a textual problem which is only visible in the Greek of Romans 16:7:
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- Greenman borrows his definition from Horton Davies, stating that, ‘Worship is the glad homage of the mind, heart, imagination and conscience offered by the Body of Christ to its Lord as a response to revelation.’ See Jeffery P. Greenman, The Pedagogy of Praise: How Congregational Worship Shapes Christian Character (Vancouver: Regent College Publishing, 2016), 6–7.