标题（title）：Early Christian Worship: an introduction to ideas and practice.
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Early Christian Worship is a straightforward, readable introduction to worship in the first four centuries of the church's existence. How did early Christians see and understand their own worship? How did this interact with early Christian beliefs? The book has been brought up-to-date and revised, with some chapters rewritten and an updated bibliography.
Paul F. Bradshaw is professor of liturgy at the University of Notre Dame, and priest-vicar of Westminster Abbey and a member of the Church of England Liturgical Commission. He is the author or editor of several major books (The Search for the Origins of Christian Worship, Eucharistic Origins, Reconstructing Early Christian Worship, The Study of Liturgy, A Companion to Common Worship, volumes 1 and 2).
Table of contents :
About the author
Table of Contents
Acknowledgements and abbreviations
Part 1: Christian initiation
2. Syria and Egypt
3. Rome and North Africa
4. The fourth-century synthesis
5. From adult to infant baptism
Part 2: Eucharist
6. Sacred meal
7. Anamnesis and epiclesis: the eucharistic prayer
8. Holy food
9. 'The bloodless sacrifice'
10. 'Let all mortal flesh keep silence'
Part 3: Liturgical time
11. Daily prayer
13. Easter and Pentecost
14. Christmas, Epiphany and Lent
15. Saints' days