Worship and Christian Identity: Practicing Ourselvesby E. Byron Anderson
This book develops the claim that sacramental and liturgical practices are central means by which a church shapes the faith, character, and consciousness of its members. It explores the relationship between worship and belief, the relationship between corporate worship and the formation of Christian persons and communities within an ecclesial tradition, and the relationship between worship and our knowledge of ourselves, our world, and God. The author argues that attention to the reform and renewal of worship and sacramental practice provides a framework for the theological, evangelical, and sacramental renewal of mainline Protestant churches.
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