Books on liturgy and worship, including liturgical history, biographies of liturgists and studies of religious ritual and expression.
A defence of the practice of prayer for the dead, expanding upon the biblical and philosophical background and exploring the theological ramifications.
The first systematic, historical and critical study of the effects that the revision of liturgical language has had on the Western Church.
An accessible yet theologically astute guide to rethinking Christian worship so that it engages fully with the Trinitarian essentials of the faith.
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