Here at last is a book that attends both to the call for more inclusive language in worship and to the traditional claims of Trinitarian theology. The authors insist that the Trinity must remain at the heart of Christian worship. But this need not confine us to a single formula or a narrow range of images; indeed, new forms of language are essential if we are properly to praise the unnamed, all-named, triune God. This book is brimming with liturgical resources, including prayers, hymn texts, and sample sermons.The service that follows could be used for a Sunday worship service with a congregation. ... Prayer seems to have been introduced sometime around the year 400 as a preparatory prayer for the congregation before receiving communion.
|Author||:||Ruth C. Duck, Patricia Wilson-Kastner|
|Publisher||:||Westminster John Knox Press - 1999-01-01|