Liturgical Theology

If you know me or have read my bio, then you know that liturgical spiritual practices have contributed to the healing and growth of my soul. In this paper, I explore how liturgy informs our theology and can bring about healing for the church and the world.

These themes are explored from a psychological perspective in Memory, Attachment, and Liturgy.

In this paper, I provide a brief overview of liturgical theology, identify its beginnings in two historic Christian theologians, legitimize its importance through recent philosophical and epistemological developments, and conclude with its implications for the Church and the Academy.

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