- Author:James F. White
- Publisher:Abingdon Press; 3 edition (January 1, 2001)
- Pages:326 pages
- Subcategory:Worship & Devotion
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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. There a reason that this book is considered the leading textbook on Christian worship in English-speaking North America
FREE shipping on qualifying offers. There a reason that this book is considered the leading textbook on Christian worship in English-speaking North America. Dr. White is extremely articulate in explaining the comprehensive scope of Christian worship, across the centuries and across denominational lines. Those from a "free church" tradition (pentecostal and most baptists) need to keep in mind that their tradition is only a small and relatively recent part of denominational history.
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I recommend this book for anyone interested in Christian worship, whether in its history, its theology, or its practice.
The result is a very full and quite insight James F. White draws upon the full range of liturgical and ritual practices of Christians for this combined academic introduction and pastoral and theological reflection upon Christian worship. I recommend this book for anyone interested in Christian worship, whether in its history, its theology, or its practice.
James F. White holds the Bard Thompson Chair of Liturgical Studies at Drew University. He previously taught at the Perkins School of Theology for twenty-two years and was professor of liturgy at the University of Notre Dame until 1999. He has served as president of the North American Academy of Liturgy and received its Berakah Award. White holds an . from Union Theological Seminary, and a P. from Duke University.
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This revision keeps pace with the latest scholarship and includes more maps, tables, woodcuts, and photographs.
Professor White begins with a critical analysis of contemporary concepts of Protestant worship and then defines the liturgical factors in church design. This section indicates the tremendous variety of possibilities open to the church builder, many of which have been ignored too long. A final chapter deals with emotive factors - all vitally relevant to the architect: choir, liturgical art, and style.
James Floyd White, American theology educator. Ordained to ministry United Methodist Church, 1955. Named one of 100 Most Influential People in American Religion, Christian Century magazine, 1982; honored by book published in his honor: The Sunday Service of the Methodists: Studies in Honor of James F. White, 1996. K86S2/?tag prabook0b-20.