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Verbum et Ecclesia

On-line version ISSN 2074-7705
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Verbum Eccles. (Online) vol.30 n.2 Pretoria  2009

http://dx.doi.org/10.4102/ve.v30i2.179 

ORIGINAL RESEARCH

 

'n Narratiewe benadering tot die liturgie

 

A narrative approach to liturgy

 

 

Lourens BosmanI, II; Julian MüllerII

INederduitse Gereformeerde Gemeente, Lux Mundi, Pretoria, Suid-Afrika
IIDepartement Praktiese Teologie, Universiteit van Pretoria, Suid-Afrika

Correspondence

 

 


ABSTRACT

The fact that current liturgical renewal is not based on sound theological reflection, is cause for concern. A narrative approach to liturgy is therefore proposed, which would allow a better connection between the cultural story on the one hand, and the story of the gospel and the liturgical tradition on the other. The article therefore explores possibilities for a narrative understanding of the liturgical context, and shows how a worship liturgy could be created like a collage instead of in the form of linear argumentation.

Keywords: Narratiewe; Liturgie; aanbidding; vernuwing; Evangelie


 

 

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Correspondence:
Julian Müller
Departement Praktiese Teologie
Fakulteit Teologie
Universiteit van Pretoria
Pretoria, 0002
Suid-Afrika
E-mail: julian.muller@up.ac.za

Received: 18 Aug. 2008
Accepted: 25 Sept. 2009
Published: 27 Nov. 2009

 

 

Note: Hierdie artikel word ook in Engels en verwerkte vorm vir die Festschrift ter viering van Malan Nel se 70ste verjaarsdag aangebied.

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