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The Eucharistic Sacrifice, with Appended Notes
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The Eucharistic Sacrifice, with Appended Notes


Morehouse Publishing, Robert Scott 1920

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This great work by Stone, then Principal of Pusey House at Oxford University, is a compilation of six sermons preached by him at St. Paul’s Church, Knightsbridge, and St. Barnabas’ Church, Oxford, during the season of Lent in 1919. In it, Stone addresses the theological interconnections of Sacrifice, Resurrection, and Eucharist. He begins first with the sacrificial system of Old Testament, and even addresses Pagan sacrificial characteristics. He then moves forward into the Sacrifice as perfected by Christ through His Resurrection and as offered, based on His command, by the Church in the Eucharist.

These sermons are magnificent, and are compiled together into an invaluable cohesive theological work. Moreover, the thirty page “Appended Notes” included are an excellent collection of references, and by themselves make this volume worth having in every theological library.

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  • Title: The Eucharistic Sacrifice, with Appended Notes
  • Author: Darwell Stone
  • Publisher: Morehouse Publishing Co.
  • Publication Date: 1920
  • Pages: 88

About Darwell Stone

Stone, Darwell (1859-1941) was a man of exceptional learning, spiritual insight and political shrewdness. An Anglo-Catholic theologian, he was arguably the greatest Principal of the Pusey House, having served there from 1909 to 1934. His best-known work is A History of the Doctrine of the Holy Eucharist, though he published many influential works of theology.

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