Christian Preaching, Worship, and Piety, 1559–1919 reflects how Christians lived out their faith in the form of sermons, worship, and piety. It features over 700 texts of either individual or collected sermons from over 400 authors, including Lyman Beecher, Charles Grandison Finney, Friedrich Schleiermacher, and Francis Xavier Weninger.
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More than 3,100 monographs
Various aspects of worship and liturgy spanning Christian history, from early Christian worship to the more modern baptismal and sacramental practices.
Broad subject coverage includes prayer, apologetics, ecumenical concerns, evangelistic work, revivals, monastic and religious orders.
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