Nos Non Abolere Ordo Lectionum: The History of the Historic Lectionary as Retained by the Lutheran Church
|dc.description.abstract||The history of the Historic Lectionary from a Lutheran perspective provided great insight into its development and retention in the 21st century. This paper reviews the long history of the Historic Lectionary, previously the lectionary of the Western church, and compares its value in light of recent lectionary developments. This study reveals a Lutheran perspective in light of the lectionary debate in the Lutheran Church–Missouri Synod and succinctly sets forth centuries of lectionary history in the West.||en_US|
|dc.subject||lectionary, liturgy, historic, one-year, three-year, Lutheran, Catholic, Jerome, Gregory the Great, Alcuin, Vatican II||en_US|
|dc.title||Nos Non Abolere Ordo Lectionum: The History of the Historic Lectionary as Retained by the Lutheran Church||en_US|
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