Worship

Worship This is a study of how Christian worship viewed in its deepest sense is a response of man to the Eternal There is first an examination of the basic characteristics in ritual symbol sacrifice and

  • Title: Worship
  • Author: Evelyn Underhill
  • ISBN: 9780883558744
  • Page: 473
  • Format: Paperback
  • Worship

    This is a study of how Christian worship, viewed in its deepest sense, is a response of man to the Eternal There is first an examination of the basic characteristics, in ritual, symbol, sacrifice, and sacrament The nature and the significance of the Eucharist are thoroughly treated In the second part of the book there is a detailed treatment of selected traditions of woThis is a study of how Christian worship, viewed in its deepest sense, is a response of man to the Eternal There is first an examination of the basic characteristics, in ritual, symbol, sacrifice, and sacrament The nature and the significance of the Eucharist are thoroughly treated In the second part of the book there is a detailed treatment of selected traditions of worship, including, among others, the Reformed Church, the Anglican Church, and the Catholic, Eastern and Western.

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    1. Kathleen Dixon

      I've listed this in my "Can't Get Hold Of" shelf, but I did see a preview copy on Questia. It allows an interested person to read the first page of each chapter which I guess is very useful for making a decision on whether to buy or not. In my case, I haven't been able to find a copy that's within my price range, so I won't be purchasing one in the near future. I'm pretty sure from what I read, though, that I'd like to have a copy, because this author is viewing worship not from a Christian fund [...]

    2. Bob Toohey

      A spirit-filled survey of the way humans have evolved in their desire to express the inexpressible to the unknown, and ineffable. With reverence for every strain of spiritual and religious attempts to enter a relationship with their creator, from ancient Judaism to the many varied strains of Christian worship, Ms Underhill strikes at the source of our need to worship--wonder and gratitude.

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