House of God: House of the People of God : a Study of Christian Liturgical Space
Presents an exploration of liturgical space, covering the theological background, how our idea of the church affects our use of space, the altar, the place of the Word, the place of Initiation, presiding at worship, personal devotion and practice; the church building and the mission of the church.
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