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Christian Theologies of the Sacraments
A Comparative Introduction
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Exquisitely written. Brings accessible and powerful insight into the history of sacramental understanding. It should become a new standard text for any graduate or undergraduate students seeking to gain proficiency or acumen in the world of sacramental theology. -- Rev. Henry L Thompson,Dean and President, Trinity Episcopal School for Ministry Behold: an instant classic compendium and textbook on the Christian sacraments. Justin Holcomb and David Johnson have created a coup with this beautifully organized, edited, and accessible time-line of essays on the historic disagreements concerning the means of grace, from the earliest days of the Church to the political theologies of today. -- Rev. Dr. Paul F.M. Zahl,Author of Grace in Practice Brings in many disparate and oftentimes unattended to voices so as to show how central the sacraments have been to the message and growth of the Christian people. It is a work to be welcomed by any student of theology interested in the richness and the diversity of ritual as well as the need to recover the link between worship and sanctity. -- Fr. David Meconi, SJ,Saint Louis University The contributors demonstrate a high degree of expertise about their subject matter in well-written, theologically nuanced essays that include generous footnotes containing additional commentary ... It would serve as a valuable introductory text and research resource for seminarians and other graduate students who may be interested in learning from an ecumenical array of scholars about the history of theologies of the sacraments in general. -- Anglican Theological Review
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Justin S. Holcomb is Affiliate Professor of Theology at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary, Canon for Vocations in the Episcopal Diocese of Central Florida, and editor of Christian Theologies of Scripture (2006) and Christian Theologies of Sacraments (2017), both of which are available at NYU Press. David A. Johnson is an Episcopal priest. Previously he served as Associate Rector at Christ Episcopal Church in Charlottesville, Virginia. His books of collected sermons include Grace upon Grace, The Good News of God's Grace, The Grace of God Has Appeared, and By Grace You Have Been Saved.