Public worship has evolved into diverse and beautiful traditions across Christendom. This collection brings together three works studying how baptism, the Eucharist, public prayer, church architecture, and other elements of worship have developed over the centuries. Paul Bradshaw’s works take a close look at the first few centuries of Christian worship and investigates the biblical and historical origens of the Eucharist and other sacraments. And Christopher Irvine’s Cross and Creation in Christian Liturgy and Art examines how the cross of Christ came to symbolize Christianity and the role it has played in Christian liturgy, art, and church architecture. From the Last Supper to today, these volumes are packed with insight into how Christian liturgy developed.
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- Traces the history of Christian liturgy and sacraments
- Examines how the Eucharist developed from the earliest days of the church
- Analyzes the history of the cross in Christian art, liturgy, and architecture
- Title: SPCK Liturgical Studies Collection
- Publisher: SPCK
- Volumes: 3
- Pages: 656