Protestant Worship: Traditions in Transition

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Westminster John Knox Press, Jan 1, 1989 - Religion - 251 pages
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Drawing on years of teaching experience, James F. White provides a unique, comprehensive overview of Protestant worship by examining the origins, development, and present characteristics of various Protestant groups. This study of Protestant worship is an excellent resource for seminary professors and students, clergy, church historians, and laypersons.

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James White's Protestant Worship is one of the mainstays in the history of liturgical development. The book is a necessity in a survey of Protestant worship practices.

Contents

I
13
II
25
III
36
IV
58
V
79
VI
94
VII
117
VIII
135
IX
150
X
171
XI
192
XII
209
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James F. White is the author of numerous books on worship and was Professor Emeritus of Liturgical Theology at Notre Dame University until his death in 2004.

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