Communion in the stone campbell movement bibliography

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Communion in the stone campbell movement bibliography

  1. 1. Communion in the Stone-Campbell Movement Bibliography<br />Berquist, Jon. Ancient Wine, New Wineskins : the Lord's Supper in Old Testament Perspective. St. Louis Mo.: Chalice Press, 1991.  <br />Basic themes of bread, wine and the community of God from the Old Testament juxtaposed with these themes from the Old Testament.<br />Brown, Frank Burch. “Style and Substance in Christian Worship.” Interpreting Disciples (1987): 49-71.  Brown offers a review of the strengths and weaknesses of Disciples worship, and offers suggestions for renewal based on strengths and key themes of Disciples worship.<br />Harrison, Richard L. “Early Disciples Sacramental Theology : Catholic, Reformed, and Free.” Classic Themes of Disciples Theology (1986): 49-100.<br />Harrison examines the language of early Disciples leaders to highlight sacramental language and themes, as well as demonstrating the classic Reformed legacy inherited from the founders.<br />  <br />Hicks, John Mark. “Stone-Campbell Sacramental Theology.” Restoration Quarterly 50, no. 1 (January 1, 2008): 35-48.<br />Hicks argues for a sacramental understanding of the Lord’s Day, the Lord’s Supper and baptism, despite the traditional resistance to the use of this language within the Movement.<br />  <br />Jordan, Belva Brown, and Stephanie Paulsell. “The Lord's Supper.” In Chalice Introduction to Disciples theology, 152-159. St Louis, Mo: Chalice Pr, 2008.  <br />Reflects on the meaning of the Lord’s Supper that is examined anew each week through communion meditations and prayers that can cause us to reflect on the symbolism of the bread and the real meaning of the word “communion.”<br /> <br />Warner, Sharon. “Worship Which Sustains Us.” Lexington Theological Quarterly 41, no. 3 (Fall-Wint 2006 2006): 247-262.  <br />Warner explores the classic characteristics of flexibility and freedom, unpretentiousness, reasonableness and democratic leadership in the context of contemporary communion practices among the Disciples.<br />Watkins, Keith. Celebrate with Thanksgiving : Patterns of Prayer at the Communion Table. St. Louis Mo.: Chalice Press, 1991.<br />Offers principles and examples of thoughtful extemporaneous prayers and written prays as well as reflections on how pastors and elders can share leadership in the Eucharistic service. <br />

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