Buildings, Faith And Worship: Liturgical Arrangement Of Anglican Churches, 1600-1900
by Nigel Yates
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This is the first major study in more than forty years of the liturgical arrangement of Anglican churches in the period between the Reformation and the Oxford movement. Based on surviving buildings and a wide range of archival sources, the study documents internal changes--such as seating plans--and the reasons behind them. Yates challenges many widely-held notions about the liturgical outlook of the Pre-Tractarian period, and about the impact of ecclesiology on the Church of England. In particular, he emphasizes the existence of a Church of England movement for liturgical renewal between 1780 and 1840.
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