The Use of Symbols in Worship Paperback

by Christopher Irvine;


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The Use of Symbols in Worship

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In our post-modern, technological and visual age, there seems to be a new fascination with symbols. And in such an age as this, it is not enough just to understand and use the written liturgy, whether old or new, like Common Worship. In worship and in our pastoral rites, the preoccupation with texts has to be balanced with the vital liturgical language of symbols.

Never before has there been such scope for the use of symbols as can be found in the family of Common Worship services. Not simply visual aids, liturgical symbols are suggestive and evocative; they belong to a whole matrix of imagery in Scripture and in the prayer texts that accompany the ritual acts of worship.

Each chapter of Symbols and Worship provides theological and historical background to the symbols discussed (water, oil, light and incense), as well as practical guidance on the place and use of these symbols in the whole range of Common Worship services.

The Use of Symbols in Worship by Christopher Irvine was published by SPCK in September 2007 and is our 23350th best seller. The ISBN for The Use of Symbols in Worship is 9780281058525.

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Page last updated 24th June 2013
Author / Artist
Book FormatPaperback
PublisherSPCK (September 2007)
Weight159g
Number of Pages128
Thickness7 mm
Height216 mm
Width138 mm
ISBN9780281058525
ISBN-100281058520
Product Code1099986
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