Ancient-Future Time: Forming Spirituality Through the Christian Year
ISBN: 0801091756
EAN13: 9780801091759
Language: English
Pages: 201
Dimensions: 1.00" H x 9.00" L x 6.00" W
Weight: 1.00 lbs.
Format: Paperback
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Book Overview
Millions of Christians worldwide follow the liturgical Christian calendar in their worship services. Webber believes that worshipers can get even more out of the Christian calendar, and offers pastors, church leaders, and those of the younger evangelical mindset practical steps to help achieve this end.
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From the Back Cover Discover ancient rhythms for a new spiritual awakening God's people have always celebrated his work by retelling the stories of his mighty deeds of salvation. In a time when the church's memory sometimes seems short, many are rediscovering the value of using the Christian year to pattern our celebrations around the essential truths of the faith. In Ancient-Future Time, Robert Webber draws from this church tradition by introducing and exploring biblical themes and liturgical traditions for each season of the Christian calendar. Helpful charts, prayers, reflection questions, and resource lists are provided for those planning church worship or seeking old, yet new, paths to spiritual growth through a deeper understanding of the Christian year. In an age that says, 'time is money, ' Robert Webber says, 'time is spirituality.' Webber reminds us of the many old truths about the Christian year, which if followed, can become a countercultural witness and a very practical means of drawing closer to Jesus Christ.-Mark Galli, managing editor, Christianity Today The rhythm of Christian-year spirituality is part of the heritage of liturgical wisdom that Robert Webber has long been relaying to evangelicals enthusiastically and with flair. The layout of it here is the spiritual equivalent of a combined course of antibiotics and vitamins; all who take the course will benefit greatly from this book.-J. I. Packer, professor of theology, Regent College Robert E. Webber is Myers Professor of Ministry at Northern Seminary and the president of the Institute for Worship Studies. He is the author of a number of books, including Ancient-Future Faith and The Younger Evangelicals.