Liturgy during periods of war: response in worship to human need
Laura D Rains
This study encourages the involvement of ministers and laity in the consideration of liturgical structure and content during periods of war. Pastors and laity review liturgy from the historical bulletins of their own congregations. They are supported in the formation of new skills in the creation of liturgy. Believers come to recognize connections between periods of history, shared emotions and their participation in the biblical narrative. This supports the formation of further materials for teaching and reflection which import the significance of international conflict on the way they worship and their expectations.
Degree Granting Institution
Jasper N Keith
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