Worship, Church and Society
An Exposition of the Work of Arthur Gabriel Hebert
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AT A TIME when the ecumenical cause seems for many to be either running out of steam, or worse, radically off course, and when others are questioning whether the Eucharist ought to continue to be the central act of Sunday parish worship, it is imperative to consider again the insights and convictions of those who first moved the ecumenical movement, and who sought to establish the Parish Communion in the first half of this century. Through a re-reading of Gabriel Hebert's writings, Christopher Irvine here identifies and critically evaluates a number of these convictions, and in this study seeks to draw the crucial connections between worshi