This book is a study of how Christian worship, viewed in its deepest sense, is a response of the human to the Eternal. There is first an examination of the basic characteristics, in ritual, symbol, sacrifice, and sacrament. The nature and significance of the Eucharist are thoroughly treated. In the second part of the book there is a detailed discussion of selected traditions of worship, including Reformed, Anglican, Catholic, Eastern, and Western churches. Recognized as both a historical study and a spiritual classic of our time, Worship has had a long series of editions since it was first published in 1936.
Publisher:Wipf and Stock
Dimensions:146mm x 219mm