Early Christian Worship Paperback
An Introduction to Ideas and Practice
by Paul F. Bradshaw;
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Early Christian Worship
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Early Christian Worship by Paul F. Bradshaw was published by SPCK in October 2010 and is our 38633rd best seller. The ISBN for Early Christian Worship is 9780281063451.
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Early Christian WorshipGraham Wise, via The Good Book Stall
First edition published 1996.
Paul Bradshaw is Professor of Liturgy at the University of Notre Dame, USA and has written a book that does exactly what its title claims. Early Christian Worship is a scholarly and readable guide to the practice of Christian worship in the first four centuries. The author describes what forms worship took and also why it developed in the way it did. Far from being any one universal pattern for worship, those early days saw much experiment, change and development as ideas and understanding progressed. The book has three sections: Christian Initiation, Eucharist and Liturgical Time. Christian Initiation covers issues of baptism from its earliest contrasting practices in Syria and North Africa to the later spread of infant baptism. Eucharist examines rites and theology from the Last Supper to the formalised Eucharist of the fourth century. Liturgical Time shows how the patterns of daily prayer developed and also the cyclical patterns of time with which they were familiar, e.g. Sunday, Easter, Christmas etc. Early Christian Worship provides a comprehensive overview of those early years and will help in understanding our early Christian heritage.
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|Page last updated||24th December 2016|
|Author / Artist||Paul F. Bradshaw|
|Publisher||SPCK (October 2010)|
|Number of Pages||128|