This unit offers an in-depth study of A Prayer Book for Australia (APBA) (1995). The unit places APBA in the trajectory of the Book of Common Prayer (BCP) 1662, and An Australian Prayer Book (AAPB) (1978) and explores subsequent authorised materials. The unit also evaluates this text in light of subsequent International Anglican Liturgical Consultation (IALC) initiatives and Anglican Communion counterpart rites and explores ways that APBA is inclusive of the church in mission. Students will gain a clear sense of APBA in relation to other Anglican liturgical rites; its explicit and implicit theologies; its sifting of and standing in relation to the history of the Anglican tradition and contemporary consensus around the Instruments of Communion. Students will also critically examine its enactment in a variety of contexts. Particular attention will be given to the gospel sacraments, daily prayer and a sample of pastoral services.
Unit Code: DL3000T
Unit Level: Undergraduate Level 3
Unit Discipline: Liturgy
Delivery Mode: Face to Face
Proposing College: Trinity College Theological SchoolShow when this Unit is running
Demonstrate understanding of the scope, contents and ecology of A Prayer Book for Australia (APBA)
Demonstrate understanding of its use of rubrics, and the limits and theological range of APBA
Critically engage with various enacted practices of the APBA
Articulate the relationship of APBA to BCP, AAPB, and Anglican Communion rites emerging from the IALC
Construct theologically congruent local/particular services from APBA’s resources.
DL1200T Introduction to Liturgical Thought and Practice
Essay (2500 words)
Written Presentation (2500 words)
Unit approved for the University of Divinity by John Capper on 23 Oct, 2016
Unit Record last updated: 2019-05-24 08:35:20 +1000