Liturgical Worship: A Fresh Look, how it Works, why it Matters
Church House Publishing, 2002 - 110 páginas
Nationally known worship writer and speaker, Mark Earey, has written Liturgical Worship because there is nothing like it in the bookshops. This book is introductory reading for both ordinands and trainee lay readers - indeed anyone who finds themselves having to plan or lead public worship. Mark has written it both for lovers and loathers of liturgical worship - and for those who want to discover it for the first time. Liturgical Worship should enthuse and give confidence to anyone who needs to know more about this subject.
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What is liturgy?
Where does all this liturgy come from?
Where does the Eucharist come from?
Liturgy and the ordering of the imagination
Appendix Where next? Ideas for further reading
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Liturgical Worship: A basic introduction - revised and expanded edition
Vista previa limitada - 2017
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