A Companion to Anglican Eucharistic Theology

This book presents case studies from the 20th Century to the Present and avoids the hermeneutic idealism of particular church parties by critically examining the Anglican eucharistic tradition.

A Companion to Anglican Eucharistic Theology

Anglican eucharistic theology varies between the different philosophical assumptions of realism and nominalism. This book presents case studies from the 20th Century to the Present and avoids the hermeneutic idealism of particular church parties by critically examining the Anglican eucharistic tradition.

A Companion to Anglican Eucharistic Theology

This book presents case studies from the Reformation to the Nineteenth Century and avoids the hermeneutic idealism of particular church parties by critically examining the Anglican eucharistic tradition.

A Companion to Anglican Eucharistic Theology

Anglican eucharistic theology varies between the different philosophical assumptions of realism and nominalism. This book presents case studies from the Reformation to the Nineteenth Century and avoids the hermeneutic idealism of particular church parties by critically examining the Anglican eucharistic tradition.

A Companion to Anglican Eucharistic Theology Vols 1 and 2 Set

This book presents case studies from the Reformation to the Nineteenth Century and avoids the hermeneutic idealism of particular church parties by critically examining the Anglican eucharistic tradition.

A Companion to Anglican Eucharistic Theology Vols 1 and 2 Set

Anglican eucharistic theology varies between the different philosophical assumptions of realism and nominalism. This book presents case studies from the Reformation to the Nineteenth Century and avoids the hermeneutic idealism of particular church parties by critically examining the Anglican eucharistic tradition.

The Eucharistic Theology of Edward Bouverie Pusey

In The Eucharistic Theology of Edward Bouverie Pusey Brian Douglas offers an account of Pusey’s eucharistic theology in the context of the nineteenth century Oxford Movement and a reassessment of Pusey as a theologian.

The Eucharistic Theology of Edward Bouverie Pusey

In The Eucharistic Theology of Edward Bouverie Pusey Brian Douglas offers an account of Pusey’s eucharistic theology in the context of the nineteenth century Oxford Movement and a reassessment of Pusey as a theologian.

The Anglican Eucharist in Australia

The book concludes with some suggestions for the further development of eucharistic liturgies within the ACA"--

The Anglican Eucharist in Australia

"In The Anglican Eucharist in Australia, Brian Douglas explores the History, Theology, and Liturgy of the Eucharist in the Anglican Church of Australia. The story begins with the first white settlement in 1788 and continues to the present day. The three eucharistic liturgies used in the ACA, and the debates that led to them, are examined in depth: The Book of Common Prayer (1662); An Australian Prayer Book (1978); and A Prayer Book for Australia (1995). The deep sacramentality of the Aboriginal people is acknowledged and modern issues such as liturgical development, lay presidency and virtual Eucharists are also explored. The book concludes with some suggestions for the further development of eucharistic liturgies within the ACA"--

The Anglican Eucharist in Australia

A Companion to Anglican Eucharistic Theology, had a very different purpose to this present book in that it surveyed the whole Anglican eucharistic tradition, whereas this book looks more closely at one part of it: the aca.

The Anglican Eucharist in Australia

This book examines the history, theology and liturgy of the Eucharist in the Anglican Church of Australia from its earliest foundation after the arrival of British settlers in 1788 to the present.

A Companion to the Eucharist in the Reformation

Anglican theologies of the eucharist, from the evangelical ascendancy under edward Vi until the english civil wars of the ... of Anglican eucharistic theology, see Brian Douglas, A Companion to Anglican Eucharistic Theology, 2 vols.

A Companion to the Eucharist in the Reformation

This collection of articles by European and American scholars offers an introduction to the Eucharist in the Reformation, as theology, liturgy, and wellspring for thinking about the relationship between the sensible world and God.

Costly Communion

Ecumenical Initiative and Sacramental Strife in the Anglican Communion. sense, shorn of any supernatural glamour or ... 29 Douglas, A Companion to Anglican Eucharistic Theology, Vol. 2, p. 3. 30 Williams, Eucharistic Sacrifice, p. 29.

Costly Communion

Costly Communion explores a variety of twentieth century Anglican theological responses to concerns regarding Eucharistic doctrine and church order in both English and African contexts and seeks to provide insight into the current divisions confronting the Anglican Communion.

The Printed Reader

Tillotson's nominalist Eucharist was part of a broad spectrum of Anglican beliefs in the Eucharist during the eighteenth century. Brian Douglas, A Companion to Anglican Eucharistic Theology, vol. 1, The Reformation to the 19th Century ...

The Printed Reader

The Printed Reader explores the transformative power of reading in the eighteenth century, and how this was expressed in the fascination with Don Quixote and in a proliferation of narratives about quixotic readers, readers who attempt to reproduce and embody their readings. Through intersecting readings of quixotic narratives, including work by Charlotte Lennox, Laurence Sterne, George Colman, Richard Graves, and Elizabeth Hamilton, Amelia Dale argues that literature was envisaged as imprinting—most crucially, in gendered terms—the reader’s mind, character, and body. The Printed Reader brings together key debates concerning quixotic narratives, print culture, sensibility, empiricism, book history, and the material text, connecting developments in print technology to gendered conceptualizations of quixotism. Tracing the meanings of quixotic readers’ bodies, The Printed Reader claims the social and political text that is the quixotic reader is structured by the experiential, affective, and sexual resonances of imprinting and impressions. Published by Bucknell University Press. Distributed worldwide by Rutgers University Press.

The High Church Revival in the Church of England

Developments in Tractarian sacramental theology thus largely followed on from the initial preoccupation with ... 24 Cf. B. Douglas, A Companion to Anglican Eucharistic Theology, I: The Reformation to the Nineteenth Century, pp.

The High Church Revival in the Church of England

In The High Church Revival in the Church of England the author reassesses the nature and impact of High Churchmanship, asserting its creativity and complexity as an enduring element of Anglican tradition.

Anglicanism

Dormor, Duncan et al, Anglicanism, the Answer to Modernity, London/New York: Continuum, 2003. Douglas, Brian, A Companion to Anglican Eucharistic Theology, Leiden/Boston: Brill, 2012. ______, The Eucharistic Theology of Edward Bouverie ...

Anglicanism

In this collection of essays the author combines the critical eye of a professional historian with the passion of a dismayed churchman in his analysis of the current malaise of the Anglican Church in Australia. His analysis is indebted to his study of totalitarianims in Nazi Germany and Soviet Russia, as he calls for a recovery of tolerance.

Sign Method and the Sacred

An Incarnational Model of the Eucharist. ... “Discerning the Body of Christ: A Retrieval of Thomas Cranmer's Eucharistic Theology by Way of the Spiritual Senses. ... A Companion to Anglican Eucharistic Theology. 2 vols. Leiden: Brill.

Sign  Method and the Sacred

To what extent can semiotics illuminate key problems in religious studies, given the centrality of symbols, language, and other modes of signification in religion and theology? The volume explores semiotic methodologies for the study of religion, with an emphasis on their critical and creative reconfigurations. The contributors come from different specialties, such as cognitive science, ethnography, linguistics, communication studies, art studies, religious studies, philosophy of religion, and theology. Part One consists of chapters focusing on theoretical perspectives. Part two focuses on applications in texts and case studies while still considering methodological issues. Many specific traditions and perspectives are taken up, such as C. S. Peirce, A. J. Greimas and the Paris School, Juri Lotman’s semiotics of culture, Bruno Latour and material semiotics, linguistic anthropology, social semiotics, cognitive semiotics, embodied and enactive perspectives on language and mind, semiotics of the image and iconicity, multimodality, intertextuality, and semiotics of colors. The book provides readers with a succinct overview of how contemporary semiotics can be useful in understanding a broad array of topics in the study of religion.

Do this in Remembrance of Me

0 The book was primarily to serve as an encouragement and preparation for receiving communion, but the first chapters unfold ... Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1993; Douglas, A Companion to Anglican Eucharistic Theology, vol.

Do this in Remembrance of Me

Bryan Spinks is one of the world’s leading scholars in the field of liturgy and to have a comprehensive work by him on the Eucharist is a major catch for SCM. Like the author’s previous work on Baptism, this will become a standard work about the Eucharist and Eucharistic theology worldwide. The book, a study of the history and theology of the Eucharist, is the fifth volume in the SCM Studies in Worship and Liturgy series and will help to establish the series as a place for landmark books of liturgical scholarship. This book will be aimed at undergraduate and graduate theology students, clergy and theologically literate laity. It will assume some technical knowledge (i. e. it is not an introduction to liturgy or introduction to sacraments), but will attempt to outline what the evidence is, and what current scholars think. On occasions it will advance or argue for why one interpretation is preferable to another.

Christian Theologies of the Sacraments

Jeanes, Signs of God's Promise, 6–10; Brian Douglas, A Companion to Anglican Eucharistic Theology: Volume One. The Reformation to the 19th Century (Leiden: Brill, 2012), 87–90. 67. Cox, Writings and Disputations, 167. 68. Ibid., 398.

Christian Theologies of the Sacraments

Delves into the ancient debate regarding the nature and purpose of the seven sacraments What are the sacraments? For centuries, this question has elicited a lively discussion and among theologians, and a variety of answers that do anything but outline a unified belief concerning these fundamental ritual structures. In this extremely cohesive and well-crafted volume, a group of renowned scholars map the theologies of sacraments offered by key Christian figures from the Early Church through the twenty-first century. Together, they provide a guide to the variety of views about sacraments found throughout Christianity, showcasing the variety of approaches to understanding the sacraments across the Catholic, Protestant, and Orthodox faith traditions. Chapters explore the theologies of thinkers from Basil to Aquinas, Martin Luther to Gustavo Gutiérrez. Rather than attempting to distill their voices into a single view, the book addresses many of the questions that theologians have tackled over the two thousand year history of Christianity. In doing so, it paves the way for developing theologies of sacraments for present and future contexts. The text places each theology of the sacraments into its proper sociohistorical context, illuminating how the church has used the sacraments to define itself and its congregations over time. The definitive resource on theologies of the sacraments, this volume is a must-read for students, theologians, and spiritually interested readers alike.

Reformation of the Commonwealth

corporeal presence of Christ in the Eucharist.69 Eight years later Becon refuted transubstantiation in Iewel of ioye, calling the doctrine of the ... 69 Brian Green, A Companion to Anglican Eucharistic Theology (Leiden, 2012), pp.

Reformation of the Commonwealth

This study considers sixteenth century evangelicals’ vision of a ›godly‹ commonwealth within the broader context of political, religious, social, and intellectual changes in Tudor England. Using the clergyman and bestselling author, Thomas Becon (1512–1567), as a case study, Brian L. Hanson argues that evangelical views of the commonwealth were situation-dependent rather than uniform, fluctuating from individual to individual. His study examines the ways commonwealth rhetoric was used by evangelicals and how that rhetoric developed and changed. While this study draws from English Reformation historiography by acknowledging the chronology of reform, it engages with interdisciplinary texts on poverty, gender, and the economy in order to demonstrate the intersection of commonwealth rhetoric with Renaissance humanism. Furthermore, the experience of exile and the languages of prophecy and companionship directly influenced commonwealth rhetoric and dictated the priorities, vocabulary, and political expression of the evangelicals. As sixteenth-century England vacillated in its religious direction and priorities, the evangelicals were faced with a political conundrum and the tension between obedience and ›lawful‹ disobedience. There was ultimately a fundamental disagreement on the nature and criteria of obedience. Hanson’s study makes a further contribution to the emerging conversation about English commonwealth politics by examining the important issues of obedience and disobedience within the evangelical community. A correct assessment of the issues surrounding the relationship between evangelicals and the commonwealth government will lead to a rediscovery of both the complexities of evangelical commonwealth rhetoric and the tension between the biblical command to submit to civil authorities and the injunction to ›obey God rather than man‹.

The Protestant Reformation and The Book of Common Prayer A Liturgical Study

2Douglas, Brian, A Companion to Anglican Eucharistic Theology: Volume 1: The Reformation to the Nineteenth Century, (Leiden: Brill, 2012), 3. 3 Benton, JH, The Book of Common Prayer: Its Origin and Growth, (Boston: Privately printed, ...

The Protestant Reformation and The Book of Common Prayer  A Liturgical Study

A liturgical study of the Anglican Book of Common Prayer and its creation and amendments during the Protestant Reformation

The Eucharist Mystery of Presence Sacrifice and Communion

Turrell James F. “Anglican Theologies of the Eucharist.” In A Companion to the Eucharist in the Reformation, edited by Lee Palmer Wandel, 139–58. Leiden/Boston: Brill, 2014. Tuzik, Robert L. Lift up Your Hearts: A Pastoral, Theological, ...

The Eucharist  Mystery of Presence  Sacrifice  and Communion

The Eucharist: Mystery of Presence, Sacrifice, and Communion explores the three ends of the Sacrament of Sacraments: God’s true presence, His redemptive sacrifice, and spiritual nourishment through communion with Him. In this follow-up to his groundbreaking work, Faith Comes From What Is Heard, Lawrence Feingold constructs a biblical vision of the Eucharist from its prefigurement in the Old Testament to its fulfillment in the New and presents the Eucharistic theology of the Church Fathers, St. Thomas Aquinas, and magisterial teaching from centuries past through today. The Eucharist is a masterful text, both challenging and spiritually rich, that comprehensively examines the unspeakable mystery that is the Eucharist.

Richard Hooker and Reformed Orthodoxy

For the sacramental theology of the Reformers see Lee Palmer Wandel, The Eucharist in the Reformation: Incarnation and Liturgy (New York: Cambridge University Press, 2006); Lee Palmer Wandel, ed., A Companion to the Eucharist in the ...

Richard Hooker and Reformed Orthodoxy

For more than forty years now there has been a steady stream of interest in Richard Hooker. This renaissance in Hooker Studies began with the publication of the Folger Library Edition of the Works of Richard Hooker. With this renaissance has come a growing recognition that it is anachronistic to classify Hooker simply as an Anglican thinker, but as yet, no generally agreed-upon alternative label, or context for his thought, has replaced this older conception; in particular, the question of Hooker’s Reformed identity remains hotly contested. Given the relatively limited engagement of Hooker scholarship with other branches of Reformation and early modern scholarship to date, there is a growing recognition that Hooker must be evaluated not only against the context of English puritanism and conformism but also in light of his broad international Reformed context. At the same time, it has become clear that, if this is so, scholars of continental Reformed orthodoxy must take stock of Hooker’s work as one of the landmark theological achievements of the era.This volume aims to facilitate this long-needed conversation, bringing together a wide range of scholars to consider Richard Hooker’s theology within the full context of late 16th- and early 17th-century Reformed orthodoxy, both in England and on the Continent. The essays seek to bring Hooker into conversation not merely with contemporaries familiar to Hooker scholarship, such as William Perkins, but also with such contemporaries as Jerome Zanchi and Franciscus Junius, predecessors such as Heinrich Bullinger, and successors such as John Davenant, John Owen, and Hugo Grotius. In considering how these successors of Hooker identified themselves in relation to his theology, these essays will also shed light on how Hooker was perceived within 17th-century Reformed circles. The theological topics touched on in the course of these essays include such central issues as the doctrine of Scripture, predestination, Christology, soteriology, the sacraments, and law. It is hoped that these essays will continue to stimulate further research on these important questions among a wide community of scholars.

A Very Anglican Monk

... La Tradition Apostolique du Saint Hippolyte, (Münster: Aschendorff, 1963) Bouyer, Louis, Liturgical Piety, (Notre Dame, IN: University of Notre Dame Press, 1954) ______ Eucharist: Theology and Spirituality of the Eucharistic Prayer, ...

A Very Anglican Monk