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Die erediens as fees of die fees as erediens?: ’n Andrew Murray pryswenner ’n kwarteeu later herlees

Cas Wepener, André Bartlett

Verbum et Ecclesia; Vol 35, No 2 (2014), 8 pages. doi: 10.4102/ve.v35i2.1249

Submitted: 05 September 2013
Published:  06 August 2014

Abstract

Worship as feast or feast as worship? Re-reading an Andrew Murray prizewinner one quarter of a century later. The aim of this contribution is to bring the book Die erediens as fees into discussion with the surrounding culture almost one quarter of a century after its publication. The surrounding culture, we shall call, following Martin Stringer and his so-called discourse of globalisation and consumerism, ‘the feast as worship service’. Based on this discussion, our research question pertains to the value of Die erediens as fees for the field of Liturgical Studies today. An answer is attempted by, firstly, sketching the liturgical landscape as well as national and international liturgical-scientific developments in our day and, secondly, providing a liturgical-aesthetical exploration and positioning Die erediens as fees within these developments and exploration.


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Cas Wepener, Department of Practical Theology, University of Pretoria, South Africa
André Bartlett, Department of Practical Theology, University of Pretoria, South Africa

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