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A wide-ranging study which defines and explains the very diverse processes of change in liturgy and worship that have swept most Christian churches this century, touching the lives of all Christians.
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This much needed study defines and explains the very many changes in liturgy and worship that have swept Christian churches in the twentieth century. Students of liturgy and church history have hitherto had to search many different sources and tradition in order to gain an understanding of the revolution in worship that has occurred in the church throughout the world. In this work the authors highlight the interdependence of such developments in all the major churches - Orthodox, Roman Catholic, Anglican, Protestant, and Pentecostal - and in places as far apart as Africa, Europe, India, and North America. The result is a fascinating and wide-ranging study of a subject that touches the lives of all Christians.About the Author:
Rev. Dr John Fenwick lectured in Christian Worship and Church History at Trinity College, Bristol. From 1988-92 he was Assistant Secretary for Ecumenical Affairs to the Archbishop of Canterbury.Bryan D. Spinks is Professor of Liturgical Studies at the Institute of Sacred Music, Yale University.
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Book Description Continuum International Publishing Group., 1995. Condition: New. Seller Inventory # 298718
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Book Description Bloomsbury Academic, 1995. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0826408273