Essays about: "liturgy"

Found 3 essays containing the word liturgy.

  1. 1. Seeing and Sinners : Spatial Stratification and the Medieval Hagioscopes of Gotland

    University essay from Stockholms universitet/Historiska institutionen

    Author : Karl Pettersson; [2018]
    Keywords : Hagioscope; Peter of Limoges; Visuality; Perspectiva; Anchorite; Recluse; Gotland; Purgatory; Leprosy; Penance; Sword Brethren; Teutonic Order; Pilgrims; Hagioskop; Peter Limoges; Visualitet; Perspectiva; Anakoret; Reclus; Gotland; Skärselden; Spetälska; Botgöring; Svärdsbrödraorden. Tyska Orden; Pilgrim;

    Abstract : The hagioscope—a small tunnel or opening usually set at eye-level in a church wall—is a complex and multifaceted device that appears in Europe during the late medieval period. Despite an increased interest in the  history of the senses, the hagioscope has been overlooked until now. READ MORE

  2. 2. Liberating Liturgy : Liberation Theology Traits in Anglican and Lutheran Worship Services in Jerusalem and the West Bank

    University essay from Lunds universitet/Centrum för teologi och religionsvetenskap

    Author : Marcus Nylander; [2012]
    Keywords : Palestinian Christians; Liberation theology; liturgy; West Bank; Jerusalem; Ateek; Raheb.; Philosophy and Religion;

    Abstract : The Israeli-Palestinian conflict is of great interest to me for many reasons; particularly, I want to stress the Palestinian Christian’s position in the current situation. The Palestinian Christians belong to several denominations, of which I have chosen to focus on two minority churches: the Lutheran and the Anglican. READ MORE


    University essay from Uppsala universitet/Institutionen för arkeologi och antik historia

    Author : Jesper Blid; [2006]
    Keywords : Labraunda; Caria; Early Byzantine; Justinian; Christianity; liturgy; church; Roman bath; tripartite sanctuaries; Christian graffiti.;

    Abstract : This thesis examines the Christian context of the former pagan sanctuary of Zeus Labrandeusin Caria during the Early Byzantine period, ca. 325-730 A.D. The focus is on the church, positioned outside the pagan sanctuary’s temenos area. READ MORE