Liturgical Theology and Practice

January 5, 2015 - January 16, 2015
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L 1025.CR01: Liturgical Theology and Practice
January 5 – January 16, 2015
Monday to Friday, 4:10-6:00PM
Sherrill Library, Room 155
3 Credits

This course maps the contours of contemporary liturgical theology, noting numerous historical developments whilst concentrating on engagements between inherited traditions of Christian assembly and our current inter-cultural, multi-religious and shifting spiritual contexts. The rites and resources of The Episcopal Church are embedded in the course, yet situated in a wider frame that takes in ecumenical consensus and dissent from it—with a range of liberation theologies welcomed to animate optics on each topic in the schema of study.

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