Reformation and Modern Rituals and Theologies of Baptism: From Luther to Contemporary Practices
Ashgate Publishing, Ltd., 2006 - Всего страниц: 254
Presenting a comprehensive survey of the historical underpinnings of baptismal liturgies and theologies, Bryan Spinks presents an ecumenically and geographically wide-ranging survey and discussion of contemporary baptismal rites, practice and reflection, and sacramental theology. Writing within a clear chronological framework, Bryan Spinks presents two simultaneous volumes on Baptismal Liturgy and Theology. Early and Medieval Rituals and Theologies of Baptism summarizes the understandings of baptism in the New Testament and the development of baptismal reflection and liturgical rites throughout Syrian, Egyptian, Roman and African regions. In this second volume, Reformation and Modern Rituals and Theologies of Baptism, Spinks traces developments through the Reformation, liturgies in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, and explores important new ecumenical perspectives on developments of twentieth century sacramental discussion.
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Luther and the Lutheran Tradition
From Ulrich Zwingli to Eugène Bersier
From Thomas Cranmer to F D Maurice
Anabaptists English Separatists
Some New Churches of the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries
Some Baptismal Theologies of the Twentieth Century
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