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patristic roots of reformed worship

Hughes Oliphant Old

patristic roots of reformed worship

by Hughes Oliphant Old

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Published by Theologischer Verlag in Zürich .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Reformed Church -- Liturgy -- History.,
  • Christian literature, Early -- History and criticism.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementHughes Oliphant Old.
    SeriesZürcher Beiträge zur Reformationsgeschichte ;, Bd. 5
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBX9427 .O4 1975
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiv, 382 p. ;
    Number of Pages382
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4989936M
    LC Control Number76481290

      He will help you appreciate the richness of the tradition. His dissertation, published as “The Patristic Roots of Reformed Worship” (it's out of print and impossible to find except in libraries these days) proves that the reformers were really trying to go back to early church worship.   Charles W. Baird’s book, The Presbyterian Liturgies: Historical Sketches (Eugene: Wipf & Stock,reprinted ), is one of the classics of Reformed liturgical literature from the 19th century. Although surpassed by more recent works (e.g., Thompson, Liturgies of the Western Church; Old, The Patristic Roots of Reformed Worship), it remains a valuable introductory survey for those interested .

    Hughes Oliphant Old, Worship: Reformed according to Scripture (Louisville: Westminster John Knox Press, ), 36– [4] Hughes Oliphant Old, The Patristic Roots of Reformed Worship, American Edition (Black Mountain, SC: Worship Press, ), –36, Hughes Oliphant Old, in his work The Patristic Roots of Reformed Worship says: "As is well known, the ancient church did not admit the use of instrumental music in worship. It was looked upon as a form of worship which like the sacrifices of the Jerusalem temple prefigured the worship in spirit and truth.'" (Needham, The Presbyterian, #32, p.

      [For more reading on this point see The Patristic Roots of Reformed Worship by Hughes Oliphant Old]. Principle 3- With Reverence and Awe “Reverence and awe,” the third of the chief scriptural principles of worship I articulate here is intimately connected to the second, though it is less bound by the will of the universal Church and. Holy Communion in the Piety of the Reformed Church 34 copies; The Reading and Preaching of the Scriptures in the Worship of the 31 copies; The Patristic Roots of Reformed Worship New American Edition 17 copies; Leading in Prayer: A Workbook for Ministers 6 copies; Worship, Revised and Expanded Edition: Reformed according to Scripture 6 copies.


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Hughes Oliphant Old was the John H. Leith Professor of Reformed Theology and Worship at Erskine Theological Seminary and Dean of the Institute for Reformed Worship. He was a graduate of /5. The Patristic Roots of Reformed Worship New American Edition Spiral-bound – January 1, by Hughes Oliphant Old (Author)Author: Hughes Oliphant Old.

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Patristic Roots of Reformed Worship. Hughes Oliphant Old. Very hard to locate. Apr 4, #2. Contra_Mundum Pilgrim, Alien, Stranger Staff Member. GPTS bookstore had a number in stock a couple years ago (when I bought mine). Its a reprint, comes in a spiral binding.

No one knows more about the sources and traditions of Reformed worship than Hughes Old. An ordained Presbyterian minister, he has published several major studies of liturgy, including Tlie Patristic Roots of Reformed Worship () and Worship That Is Reformed According to Scripture ().

A Guide to Early Church Documents. New Testament Canonical Information. Canon of Scripture. The Apostolic Fathers. 1st Epistle of Clement to the Corinthians [ca 96]: A formal letter written on behalf of the Roman Christian community urging Christians who had been rebelling against church authority to be submissive and obedient.

Tradition attributes it to Clement, allegedly one of the. The Patristic Period. The Patristic Period is a vital point in the history of Christianity since it contexturalizes the early Christian information from the time of the death of the last Apostle (John) (which runs roughly about A.D.

to the Middle Ages ( A.D. and the council of Chalcedon). The quote from Calvin comes by way of Hughes Oliphant Old in his dissertation, The Patristic Roots of Reformed Worship (Zurich: Theologischer Verlag, ), p The reference to Dr.

Deddens is to his book Where Everything Points to Him (Neerlandia: Inheritance, ), p Add new comment. 1)The Patristic Roots of Reformed Worship by Hughes Oliphant Old. 2)Guides to the Reformed Tradition: Worship by Hughes Oliphant Old. 3)Worship by the Book Ed.

by DA Carson 4)A Better Way: The drama of Divine Worship by Michael Horton 5)Leading in Worship by Terry Johnson Cautious recommendation. The distinctive teachings of the Reformed tradition have their roots in Augustine of Hippo and the influence of medieval Scholasticism on Christian theology in the Middle Ages.

This points to Calvinism (Reformed theology) not being part of the historic Christian faith, but a novel theological system invented by John Calvin in the s. The patristic roots of Reformed worship. [Hughes Oliphant Old] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help.

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in church history from Columbia University in and was ordained as a minister in the Evangelical Reformed Church, which later merged with the Congregational Christian Churches forming the United. ‘@’ emails can be delivered even when you are not connected to wi-fi, but note that service fees apply.

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Cuming. The English Reformation produced the Book of Common Prayer and the Thirty-nine Articles of Religion as its foundational documents. Both represent the more Reformed (as opposed to Lutheran) phase of the English reformation, though they are closer to patristic and medieval traditions than most Reformed.

At some point I learned that behind his publications was his doctoral thesis, The Patristic Roots of Reformed Worship, a rare but groundbreaking book that vindicates Calvin's claim that the reforms of worship in Geneva were "According to the Custom of the Ancient Church."The reforms of Reformed Protestantism, Old demonstrated, were rooted in the Patristics (the church fathers), such as.

In his dissertation, The Patristic Roots of Reformed Worship, Old demonstrated that contrary to the assumptions of many, the reform of worship led by the “Reformed” in the sixteenth century was not a rejection of everything that had happened in the past, but was a well-considered program based not only on the Bible but also on insights gained through the study of the church : Walter L.

Taylor. Among his works are Worship: Reformed According to Scripture, The Patristic Roots of Reformed Worship, The Shaping of the Reformed Baptismal Rite in the Sixteenth Century, Leading in Prayer: A Workbook for Worship, and a series of books on preaching, The Reading and Preaching of the Scriptures in the Worship of the Christian ity control: BIBSYS:BNF:.

“Theology is doctrine or teaching. of living to God.” William Ames () Online here is William Ames’ full text. of his famous Marrow of Theology.

Check out my online expository sermons. and puritan podcasts here. The Glorious Name of God the Lord of Hosts by Jeremiah Burroughs () - A Puritan's Mind from C.

Matthew McMahon.Hughes O. Old’s Patristic Roots of Reformed Worship (Theologischer, ) evaluates and in the end substantiates Calvin’s claim that his “Form of Church Prayers” expressed more the convictions of the church Fathers than the culture of the Reformers.The patristic roots of Reformed worship.

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