A Book of Reformed Prayers

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Howard L. Rice, Lamar Williamson
Westminster John Knox Press, Jan 1, 1998 - Religion - 254 pages
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Prayer has undergirded the achievements, sacrifices, and faithfulness of the Reformed tradition since its beginning. And the ways in which Reformed Christians pray have been as varied throughout the centuries as the many denominations that are included in the Reformed tradition.

Howard Rice and Lamar Williamson have gathered more than 200 prayers from the Reformed tradition, organizing the prayers chronologically by century. They provide historical information and biographies of each author to enhance readers' understanding of each prayer within its own context.

This book is ideal for both reference and personal devotion and will inspire a new appreciation of the piety of the Reformed heritage.


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The Seventeenth Century
The Eighteenth Century
The Nineteenth Century
The Twentieth Century
Into the Twentyfirst Century
Contemporary Liturgies
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About the author (1998)

Howard L. Rice is Professor of Ministry and Chaplain Emeritus at San Francisco Theological Seminary in California. He is the author of Reformed Spirituality: An Introduction for Believers.

Lamar Williamson Jr. is Professor Emeritus of Biblical Studies at Union Theological Seminary and Presbyterian School of Christian Education in Richmond, Virginia. His published works include Preaching the Gospel of John and Mark in the Interpretation commentary series, both published by WJK.

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