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Further Issues in Eucharistic Praying in East and West

Essays in Liturgical and Theological Analysis

Edited by Maxwell E. Johnson

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ISBN: 9780814669372, 6937

Details: 344 pgs, 6 x 9 x 3/4
Publication Date: 11/01/2023
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Further Issues in Eucharistic Praying in East and West is a collection of essays concerned with the origins, development, and theologies of early Eucharistic praying. For students and teachers of liturgy, as well as all who seek solid, up-to-date scholarship on Eucharistic liturgy and theology, this volume provides current research on a variety of Eucharistic prayers in the churches of East and West.

Essays and authors include:

  • Balancing Eucharistic Origins in the Work of Gordon Lathrop and Thomas O’Loughlin – Megan Effron
  • Shaping the Classical Anaphoras of the Fourth through Sixth Centuries – Nathan P. Chase
  • The Heis Theos Acclamations in the Barcelona Papyrus: A Eucharistic Liturgy without the Opening Line of the Christian Anaphoral Dialogue – Arsany Paul
  • The Making of the Maronite Sharar: A Reception History for the Anaphora of Addai and Mari – Paul Elhallal
  • The Egyptian Origins of the Anaphora in Mystagogical Catechesis V ascribed to Cyril of Jerusalem - Maxwell E. Johnson
  • The Theology of Sacrifice in the Anaphora of Byzantine Basil – Lucas Christensen
  • Authority and Confluence of Traditions in Aksum: The Heritage of the Anaphora of the Apostolic Tradition in the Ethiopian Anaphora of the Apostles – Andrij Hlabse
  • Vernacular Translation of the Roman Canon – Julia Canonico
  • Igbo Translations of the Roman Canon: Inculturation or the Battle for the Soul of Latin? – Joachim Ozonze
  • Recent Thoughts on the Roman Anaphora: Sacrifice in the Canon Missae – Maxwell E. Johnson

Maxwell E. Johnson is emeritus professor of liturgy at the University of Notre Dame and a retired presbyter in the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America. His numerous publications are on the origins and development of early Christian liturgy, contemporary rites, and current ecumenical and theological questions in both East and West. He is the author and/or editor of more than twenty books and over one hundred essays and articles. He is also a former president of the North American Academy of Liturgy, a member of the Society of Oriental Liturgy, a member of Societas Liturgica, and a member of the scientific advisory board for the journal Ecclesia Orans.

ISBN: 9780814669372, 6937

Details: 344 pgs, 6 x 9 x 3/4
Publication Date: 11/01/2023

Reviews

"In this collection of essays, the mature wisdom of Maxwell Johnson and new insights from the fresh eyes of his doctoral students combine to provide a rich feast for liturgical scholars and students alike. These studies will inspire further reflections on the eucharistic prayer, East and West, past and present."/div>
Bryan D. Spinks, Bishop F. Percy Goddard Professor Emeritus of Liturgical Studies and Pastoral Theology, Yale Divinity School

"This is a wide-ranging collection of impressive studies of eucharistic prayers, not only classic ones from the East and West, but of some only just beginning to be studied of Ethiopian and Maronite origins. It stands in a series of like collections edited by Paul F. Bradshaw and Maxwell Johnson. The sheer diversity of anaphoras examined and provocative issues analyzed makes this a remarkable, rewarding volume for students of the liturgy."
The Rev. Michael Plekon, PhD, Professor Emeritus: Sociology, Religion & Culture, The City University of New York - Baruch College

"In every generation the Eucharist, the central activity of Christian worship, attracts some of the sharpest theological minds. The Eucharist is a corporate action, a locus of theological debate, a ritual of belonging and identity, and a mystery. In this collection of ten papers, we see that Christians are still seeking understanding. This collection opens up some of the most pressing questions facing us as liturgists, theologians, and worshippers; and provides us with a valuable 'state of the question' in eucharistic theology today."
Thomas O'Loughlin, Professor Emeritus of Historical Theology, The University of Nottingham