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Ancient Christian worship: Early Church practices in social, historical, and theological perspective

Ancient Christian worship: Early Church practices in social, historical, and theological perspective
This book is a broad and deep introduction to the sources and complex history of early Christian liturgical traditions, and presents a vivid demonstration of what the various components of early worship services looked like. It is a treasury of insights as to the formative theology of worship.
Our Price: £23.99
ISBN/EAN: 9780801031526
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Publisher: Baker Publishing Group
Author: Andrew B. McGowan
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This book covers the broad spectrum of Christian practice, from celebrating common meals to reading and commenting on Scripture, praying in various forms, initiating new members, and shaping sacred time and space. McGowan covers a wide range of primary materials and deftly sifts through the scholarly debates surrounding them. This makes for an easily accessible feast for anyone interested in the origins and multifold forms of early Christian liturgical practice.
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