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Uncover the Deep Roots of the Reformation in Anglican Worship
The formation of the Anglican church on February 20, 1547, was nothing short of a revolution for worship. For believers to worship God biblically, they needed to reject the unbiblical—and often idolatrous—practices of the time. What ensued from the formation of the Anglican church was a community of worship in line with the Reformation gospel. Liturgy, far from being built upon the works of people, was to be grounded upon what God had revealed in Scripture.
In this addition to the Reformation Anglicanism Essential Library, Anglican scholar Michael P. Jensen showcases how the reading and preaching of the Scriptures, the sacraments, prayer, and singing inform not only Anglican worship, but worship as it is prescribed in the Bible.