Heaven and Earth in Little Space Paperback

The Re-enchantment of Liturgy

by Andrew Burnham;

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Heaven and Earth in Little Space

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Two of the leading names in Anglo-Catholicism today ask whether the widespread falling away of the appeal of religious worship is connected with the simplification of liturgical practice over recent decades? Has a well-meant policy of making the language and style of worship more accessible resulted in a loss of the sense of mystery - and has this accelerated the decline? The authors, who were each involved with the development of Common Worship, explore the wider Catholic and Orthodox traditions where nothing like the reforms that have happened within Anglicanism have taken place. They survey 5 centuries of change in the Anglican tradition, the altered rhythm of the liturgical year, the decline in singing, the rise of the modern worship song - and much more in an attempt to define what renewal of the liturgy for today's church might look like and how re-enchantment would work in practice.

Heaven and Earth in Little Space by Andrew Burnham was published by Canterbury Press in March 2010 and is our 53470th best seller. The ISBN for Heaven and Earth in Little Space is 9781848250055.

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Details for Heaven and Earth in Little Space

Page last updated 10th September 2015
Author / Artist
Book FormatPaperback
PublisherCanterbury Press (March 2010)
Number of Pages224
Thickness14 mm
Height216 mm
Width135 mm
Product Code2550879
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