Godsbeelde in die liturgie
Images of God in the liturgy
In this article, the research hypothesis is that a one-sided liturgy leads to a watered-down image of God. When room for God is not created in the liturgy, God is not encountered in all God’s glory. As a result, worshippers cannot fully bring homage to God’s glory. From this perspective, the article explores the different faces of God in the liturgy. These diverse images of God lead to a rich diversity of views and experiences of God by worshippers.
Keywords: liturgy; God’s image; Christology; pneumatology; homilist
The article is in Afrikaans
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