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Upcoming books on historical Christianity

Liturgical Press will publish two books on historical Christianity next year that will likely be of interest to readers of LiturgicalCredo.com.

I Believe in God: A Reflection on the Apostles’ Creed by Thomas P. Rausch, SJ, will be published in February. Liturgical Press’ description of the book is: “Bringing the Apostles’ Creed alive for modern readers, Rausch clearly shows that it is grounded in Scripture, first came to expression in the church’s baptismal liturgy, and can be better understood in light of contemporary theological reflection. ”

From Age to Age: How Christians Have Celebrated the Eucharist, Revised and Expanded Edition by Edward Foley will be published in June. Liturgical Press’ description of this book is: “Tracing the development of Christian eucharist from its Jewish roots to our own time, readers will discover how Chrisitan worship is embodied worship that from age to age gives glory to God and sanctifies people. Richly illustrated with numerous images and quotations from period texts.”

Visit Liturgical Press at www.litpress.org.

Review of ‘Praying with Beads’

We’ve published a review of Praying with Beads: Daily Prayers for the Christian Calendar (Eerdmans) by Nan Lewis Doerr and Virginia Stem Owens.

Read the review at http://www.liturgicalcredo.com/BookReviewPrayingWithBeads.html . If you’re interested in purchasing the book, please use the link that appears beside the review.

Don’t forget to check out the three new poems by Phil Bauman at http://www.liturgicalcredo.com/PhilBaumanPoems.html .