Pulpit, Table, and Song
Essays in Celebration of Howard Hageman
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Publisher: Scarecrow Press
Number of Pages: 290
Width: 15.2 cm
Height: 22.9 cm
A series of essays in honor of Howard G. Hageman that demonstrate the 'vital inner rhythm of Word and Sacrament' and an ecumenical multidisciplinary approach to the field. Among the contributors are historians, theologians, and liturgical scholars, including Horton Davies, Randall Balmer, Norman J. Kansfield, A. Casper Honders, Kenneth Rowe, and Robin Leaver. A well-chosen selection of special importance for theological libraries.
...a guide to the complexities of the Puerta Rican fiesta of St James the Apostle in Loiza Aldea...we have a study of both the liturgical practices themselves, and of the community of which they are a vital part. British Bulletin of Publications on Latin America, the Caribbean, Portugal and Spain ...it is those essays that particularly illuminate the Dutch Reformed traditions of North American and Europe that make this collection valuable to liturgist and church historian alike, for they fill in a significant gap in English-language writing on Protestant liturgical history...fitting tribute to the life's work and to the memory of Howard Hageman. Worship ...these are thought-provoking papers which may even stimulate liturgical reform and renewal in some quarters. Journal Of United Reformed Church History Society This book honoring Professor Hageman is fittingly presented as the first volume in the new Drew Liturgical Studies, a project he would certainly be happy to see. The editors are to be congratulated. Princeton Theological Seminary