Clines, Jeremy Mark Sebastian (2011)
Ph.D. thesis, University of Birmingham.
This thesis undertakes an interdisciplinary analysis of new Church of England liturgies (Common Worship) from an ecotheological point of view: making use of reader response theory, literary analysis, a social scientific survey, liberation theology, environmental and political ethics and liturgical theology. Chapter 1 considers the theological, political and sociological influences on liturgical reform, which include, inculturation, the expression of ethics in the prayer of the Church, liberation theologies, technology, and agrarianism.
|Type of Work:||Ph.D. thesis.|
|Supervisor(s):||Stringer, Martin D.|
|School/Faculty:||Colleges (2008 onwards) > College of Arts & Law|
|Department:||School of Philosophy, Theology and Religion|
|Keywords:||Church of England, liturgy, liturgical, liturgies, Common Worship, ecology, eco-theology, ecotheology, eco-theological, ecotheological, reader response theory, literary analysis, social scientific survey, liberation theology, environmental theology, theo-political ethics, liturgical theology, liturgical reform, inculturation, prayer, technology and theology, theology and agrarianism, creation theologies, creation theology, prayer book, Book of Common Prayer, Anglican, Anglicanism, spirituality, metacommentary.|
BT Doctrinal Theology
BX Christian Denominations
H Social Sciences (General)
|Institution:||University of Birmingham|
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