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Alexander, J. Neil

An Introduction to Lent

The history of Lent reveals traditions rich with meaning. Lent deepened the experience of early Christian community as new believers were baptized and as the events of Christ’s death and resurrection were celebrated.

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An Introduction to Worship from Easter to Pentecost

The tenor of the Easter season is the opposite of the that of Lenten worship. While Lent is characterized by austerity, during Easter the church celebrates. Fasting and kneeling are replaced by alleluias of celebration.

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Introduction to the Services of Holy Week

The following article is a rapid tour of the traditional services of Holy Week. Each of the primary services is discussed briefly, with attention to their primary themes and the features that make each service unique. For more detailed explanation, see the chapters that follow.

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The Origins of Christmas and Epiphany Worship

Following the lead of secular culture, many Christians place Christmas as the most important day in the Christian year. This article suggests that a more profound understanding of Christmas arises out of an awareness of the history of the Christian year. Christmas should be understood in light of the events which follow—Epiphany and, eventually, Easter.

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