Worship During The Fourth And Fifth Centuries Part Iii

Source: The Complete Library of Christian Worship, Robert E. Webber, General Editor

The fundamental pattern of early Christian worship continued to develop through the fourth and fifth centuries. However,"families" of liturgical practice began to emerge, and styles of worship varied from one Christian region to the other. By this time, one can begin to speak of "Eastern" and "Western" characteristics of Christian liturgy.

Of such addresses, we have a series, not always complete or given in the same years, by Cyril, Bishop of Jerusalem (d. 386), Theodore of...


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