2 edition of History of Christian worship found in the catalog.
History of Christian worship
Richard M. Spielmann
|Statement||Richard M. Spielmann.|
|LC Classifications||BV5 .S6|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 182 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||182|
|LC Control Number||66022994|
Book Summary: The title of this book is A Brief History of Christian Worship and it was written by James F. White. This particular edition is in a Paperback format. This books publish date is and it has a suggested retail price of $ It was published by Abingdon Press and has a total of pages in the : A history of Christian liturgy written from the perspectives of the s in North America, covering a period that ranges from the New Testament era through modern times, with a .
One of the earliest Christian inscriptions found, it comes from the early 3rd century Vatican necropolis area in Rome. It contains the text ΙΧΘΥϹ ΖΩΝΤΩΝ ("fish of the living"), a predecessor of the Ichthys symbol. Book Review: A Brief History of Christian Worship. J. Frederick Holper. Union Seminary Review 3, Download Citation. Book Review: A Brief History of Christian Worship Show all authors. J. Frederick Holper. Author: J. Frederick Holper.
The Oxford History of Christian Worship is a comprehensive and authoritative history of the origins and development of Christian worship to the present day. Backed by an international roster of experts as contributors, this new book will examine the liturgical traditions of Orthodox, Catholic, and Protestant, and Pentecostal traditions throughout history and across the world. The Lost History of Christianity: How The Thousand-Year Golden Age of the Church in the Middle East, Africa, and Asia–and How It Died, Philip Jenkins, HarperOne, The Lost History of Christianity makes the list both because it is a great read and also because it illuminates a previously neglected chapter in the history of Christianity.
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The Oxford History of Christian Worship is a comprehensive and authoritative history of the origins and development of Christian worship to the present day. Backed by an international roster of experts as contributors, this new book will examine the liturgical traditions of Orthodox, Catholic, and Protestant, and Pentecostal traditions throughout history and across the world/5(24).
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White. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Start by marking “A Brief History of Christian Worship” as Want to Read: Want to Read. saving. Want to /5. His Protestant Worship came out inand Introduction to Christian Worship in Readers of those two titles will recognize much that's familiar when perusing A Brief History.
For example, the paradigm of analyzing Protestant churches in terms of Left-Wing, Central, and Right-Wing is adopted from Protestant Worship.
The Oxford History of Christian Worship is a comprehensive and authoritative history of the origins and development of Christian worship to the present day.
Backed by an international roster of experts as contributors, this new book will examine the liturgical traditions of Orthodox, Catholic, and Protestant, and Pentecostal traditions throughout history and across the world.5/5(1).
The Oxford History of Christian Worship is a comprehensive and authoritative history of the origins and development of Christian worship to the present day.4/5(4).
Most histories of Christian worship are written as if nothing significant in liturgical history ever happened in North America, as if cultural diversities were insignificant in the development of worship, and as if most of what mattered were words the priest or minister addressed to : The History of Christian Worship.
This syllabus is designed for a basic worship course. It should cover all the basic aspects of congregational worship life as well as covering the various tasks involved in leading congregational worship.
A fascinating series exploring every aspect of Christian worship (Protestant, Catholic, Eastern Orthodox)preaching, communion, baptism, the church year, creeds, the Lord's Prayer, music, the visual arts, mission, care for the poor, and more.
Comments from leading authorities. Six DVDs with page leader's : Vision Video. > Social Sciences > Gender Studies > Men # inÂ Books > Christian Books & Bibles > Churches & Church Leadership > Church Institutions & Organizations This history book breaks the molds of stereotype.
The format is simple: 1) worship of the New Testament Era 2) worship of the early Christian centuries 3) worship of the middle ages 4) worship. 95 “Book of Revelation” written, a Christian prophecy given “in the Spirit on the Lord’s Day” c.
96 1 Clement (a letter from the church of Rome to the church of Corinth) echoes. The reciting of chants by the early Christians, as well as the antiphonal manner in which they did so, is recognized by Eusebius, a 4 th century historian, in his book, The History of The Church ().
Therein he quotes Philo, who was a Jewish historian writing in the first century. A Brief History Of Music In Worship Source: The Complete Library of Christian Worship, Robert E. Webber, General Editor. Throughout its history, the Christian church has used music to proclaim the gospel and to return thanks and praise to God.
The history of this musical expression teaches us a great deal not only about the culture and everyday. History of Christianity According to the Bible, the first church organized itself 50 days after Jesus’s death on the Day of Pentecost—when the Holy Spirit was said to.
History of Worship: Recommended resources. Overview histories and reference books. Oxford History of Christian Worship, ed. Geoffrey Wainwright and Karen Westerfield Tucker. Excellent one-volume scholarly overview of Christian worship across the centuries and around the globe. Articles written by Roman Catholic, Protestant, and Eastern.
OCLC Number: Description: ix, pages ; 22 cm: Contents: New Testament --The second century: sacrament and service --The third century: the Apostolic tradition --The fourth to ninth centuries: the radical development of Christian worship --The middle ages --The Reformation and after --Liturgy and the English reformation --The English prayer book --The American prayer book --Christian.
Explore our list of History of Christianity Books at Barnes & Noble®. Receive FREE shipping with your Barnes & Noble Membership. Due to COVID, orders may be delayed. The trajectory of the editors’ version of liturgical history is set at the beginning of the book by their reference to Paul’s call for believers to present their bodies as “a living sacrifice” (Rom.
), and it is sustained by the theological argument that all worship is an aspect of humanity’s outworking of the imago dei, which has both a vertical (Godward) dimension and a. Just curious as to what some of you think are the best/most accurate/objective books on Christian history.
I've just finished Diarmaid MacCullock's "A History of Christianity: The First Three Thousand Years" upon Christopher Hitchen's recommendation in one of his final debates (certainly more objective than his own account). Worship by the Book will be a dog-eared and threadbare favorite of any pastor serious about planning his church’s corporate gatherings with deep theological and biblical roots.
Its whole-Bible perspective, historical awareness, and cultural sensitivity is a potent combination. Since publication of the first edition inA History of the Christian Church by Williston Walker has enjoyed outstanding success and recognition as a classic in the field.
Written by an eminent theologian, it combines in its narrative a rare blend of clarity, unity, and balance. In light of significant advances in scholarship in recent years, extensive revisions have been made to 4/5(3).This book is a revisionist work, attempting to give new direction to liturgical history by treating the experience of worship of the people in the pews as the primary liturgical document.
It means liturgical history written facing the other way--that is, looking into the chancel rather than out of it. This history book breaks the molds of stereotype. The format is simple: 1) worship of the New Testament Era 2) worship of the early Christian centuries 3) worship of the middle ages 4) worship of the reformation period 5) worship of modern times, and 6) worship of the future.
What causes me to give this book a 5-star rating is its honesty/5(30).