Syllabi - Topic: Liturgical Studies - 13 resultsSelect an item by clicking its checkbox
A 2013 course by Maxwell Johnson at the University of Notre Dame explores "the origins, evolution, and theological meaning of the central feasts and seasons of what is called the liturgical or Church year."
A 2012 course by ClaÌudio Carvalhaes at Louisville Presbyterian Theological Seminary engages "Christian liturgical practices and issues from the first to the fourth centuries and help students see how these social-religious-economic-political-cultural practices shaped and informed these early communities."
A course by Michael Driscoll at the University of Notre Dame "is a comprehensive understanding of the nature and development of the Christian Eucharist . . . from an historical perspective . . . (and) theological reflection."
A 2013 course by Anne McGowan at the University of Notre Dame explores "the origins, development, ritual components, and theological significance of Christian liturgical prayer" with special attention to the Roman Catholic tradition.
A 2017 course by John Shouse at Gateway Theological Seminary surveys "the field of religious drama as an introduction to the uses of drama for witnessing, worship, recreation, and education in the church."
A 2017 course by Merril Smoak at Gateway Seminary covers the "biblical and theological origins of worship" as well as Christian spirituality.
A 2013 course by Kevin Livingston at Tyndale Seminary examines the "Biblical and theological foundations of worship."
A 2014 course by Donald LaSalle at the University of Notre Dame examines "the origins, evolution, and theological meaning of the the central feasts and seasons of what is called the liturgical or Church year."
A 2012 course by Maxwell Johnson at the University of Notre Dame traces "the historical development of the liturgies and theological interpretations of Christian Initiation in East and West from the New Testament period to the modern period of ecumenical convergence."
A 2007 course by Shawn Young at Greenville College explores "the current status and evolution of the worship arts culture within contemporary Christendom."
A 2014 course by Milner Seifert at Bexley Seabury Seminary provides "a survey of choral literature with attention to its historical aspects, performance practice, and appropriateness in the context of Christian worship and the Church year."
A 2014 course by Ruth Duck at Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary "is designed to enable students to analyze, plan, and lead Christian worship with pastoral and theological integrity, and to understand denominational, cultural, and local church traditions in larger ecumenical and historical contexts."
A 2014 course by Ron Anderson at Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary provides "a historical and theological overview of church music. Although there will be some semblance to surveys of music history, it will focus on the various histories and traditions that have primarily shaped the practice of church music in North America."