By Oscar Cullmann / SCM Press / 1953
In this monograph, Oscar Cullmann surveys how the earliest Christians worshipped. Drawing on the evidence of the New Testament, and especially the writings of John, Cullman identifies the major elements in early Christian liturgy and the scriptures from which those practices were drawn.
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Oscar Cullman (1902–1999) taught Greek, New Testament, and early Christianity at the University of Strasbourg, the University of Basel, and the Sorbonne in Paris. He is best known for his many books and prolific speaking about Christianity and history. Upon his death at 96, the World Council of Churches honored him for his extensive ecumenical work.