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Frank Senn

Frank Colvin Senn (April 22, 1943, Buffalo, New York - ) is an American Lutheran pastor and liturgist. He served as pastor, 1990-2013, of Immanuel Lutheran Church in Evanston, Illinois.[1]

Senn is still the current Senior of the Society of the Holy Trinity.

Works

  • The Pastor as Worship Leader, Augsburg, 1977. ISBN 0-8066-1593-1
  • Christian Worship and Its Cultural Setting, Fortress, 1982.
  • (Editor) Protestant Spiritual Traditions, Paulist Press, 1985.
  • (Editor) New Eucharistic Prayers, Paulist Press, 1987. ISBN 0-8091-2912-4
  • The Witness of the Worshiping Community: Liturgy and the Practice of Evangelism, Paulist Press, 1993. ISBN 0-8091-3368-7
  • (Co-author with Mark Olson and Jann Fullenwieder) How Does Worship Evangelize?, Augsburg Fortress, 1995.
  • Christian Liturgy: Catholic and Evangelical, Fortress Press, 1997. ISBN 0-8006-2726-1
  • New Proclamation, Fortress Press, 1999-2000.
  • A Stewardship of the Mysteries, Paulist Press, 1999. ISBN 0-8091-3821-2
  • New Creation: A Liturgical World View, Augsburg, 2000. ISBN 0-8006-3235-4
  • The People's Work: A Social History of the Liturgy. Fortress Press, 2006 ISBN 0-8006-3827-1
  • Lutheran Identity: A Classical Understanding. Augsburg Fortress, 2008 ISBN 0-8066-8010-5

References

  • Contemporary Authors Online, Gale, 2002.


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