Worship and Preaching in a Complex World
Edited by Vivienne Boland OP
Contributors include Timothy Radcliffe OP
A collection of papers first given at a conference on Christian worship and preaching in a complex world.
A range of theological views is represented here in essays that are themselves examples of good preaching. It examines worship and preaching from a number of theological perspectives; Catholic, Baptist, Anglican, Uniting Church and Greek Orthodox. This book invites the reader to open to the fire that burns at the heart of Christian worship.
Publisher: ATF Press
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