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From Age to Age: How Christians Have Celebrated the Eucharist

by Edward Foley

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Edward Foley's expansive textbook on the history of the Eucharist sheds light on the development of liturgical services and Eucharistic theology. He divides Christian history into seven periods, and for each period, he discusses the development of ecclesiastic architecture, books, music, vessels, and theology in regards to the Eucharist. I would recommend this book for anyone who is interested in church development and history. The only annoying thing about the book is the way Foley places quotations in the margins (it interrupts the flow of the passage and diverts your eyes from your reading place). ( )
  erikssonfamily | Mar 27, 2010 |
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