[1st ed.].. [New York] Harper, 1937.

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Subjects Gottesdienst.
Series Library of constructive theology.
Description xxi, 350 pages 22 cm.
Copyright Date 1937.
Notes Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
Contents Part 1. -- 1. The nature of worship -- 2. Ritual and symbol -- I. The human side of worship -- II. Ritual, its necessity -- 3. Sacraments and sacrifice -- I. Distinction between symbols and sacraments -- II. Sacrifice, the heart of worship -- 4. The characters of Christian worship -- I. Worship always has a theological basis -- II. Christo-centric worship -- III. The liturgical year -- IV. Sanctification of life -- V. Christian worship is social and organic -- 5. The principles of corporate worship -- I. Christian worship is both personal and social -- II. Worship in the Apocalypse -- 6. Liturgical elements in worship -- I. Antiquity of Christian liturgy -- II. The divine office -- 7. The holy Eucharist: its nature -- I. The Bible and the Eucharist -- II. Structures of the Eucharistic liturgy -- 8. The holy Eucharist: its significance -- 9. The principle of personal worship -- I. Christianity proclaims the value of the individual -- II. Christian worship is an absolute act -- III. Use of the faculties in mental prayer -- IV. Transition from imaginative to contemplative worship -- V. The Christian worshipping life a total response to God -- Part 2. -- 10. Jewish worship -- I. Christianity began as a Jewish sect -- II. Jewish background of the New Testament -- 11. The beginnings of Christian worship -- I. Two kinds of worship described in New Testament -- II. The Lord's prayer the classic formula of Christian worship -- III. Primitive Christian worship -- IV. The element of mystery -- 12. Catholic worship: western and eastern -- I. Catholic worship defined -- II. Contrast between eastern and western Catholicism -- III. Eastern Catholicism -- IV. Orthodox personal devotion -- 13. Worship in the reformed churches -- I. Evangelical worship a revival of spiritual realism -- II. Calvinist worship -- III. Scottish Presbyterian worship -- 14. Free church worship -- I. The sect -- II. The society of friends -- 15. The Anglican tradition -- I. Anglican worship is a distinct cultus -- II. The "English use" -- III. The evangelical movement -- IV. Results of the Anglican revival.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)877631
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Underhill, Evelyn, 1875-1941.
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