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LUTHERAN BOOK
FIRST BOOK WRITTEN
FIRST PRAYER BOOK
KHORDEH AVESTA
TEXTS
BOOKS
PARLIAMENT
ACT
STATEMENT
CHURCHES
CATECHISM
EUCHARIST
POLISH LANGUAGE
SIDDUR
HEBREW LANGUAGE
SCOTLAND
AMERICA
EPISCOPAL CHURCH
HIGH CHURCH
RELIGION
FIRST BOOK
DOR DAIM
THIRTY-NINE ARTICLES
ENGLAND
CANADA
GERTRUDE
COMMON PRAYER
UNIFORMITY
COMMEMORATION
REVISION
AVESTA
PRAYERS
CHURCH
ANGLICAN COMMUNION
BOOK
BCP
PRAYER BOOK
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Definitions

  1. The Prayer Book is still acknowledged as one of the ties that bind the Anglican Communion together.
  2. The prayer book was in use only about eight months before Queen Mary's repeal legislation restored Roman Catholicism in England. (Web site)
  3. The Prayer Book was also a badge of unity, but most Anglicans under the age of thirty-five have probably never seen one. (Web site)
  4. Its prayer book is eloquent in the literature of religious worship, containing the heart of both New Testament and Old Testament devotions. (Web site)
  5. Their prayer book, the source of religious instruction, is the Kitab al Majmu, believed to be derived from Ismaili writings. (Web site)

Lutheran Book

  1. Lutheran Book of Worship is a hymnal and prayer book used by several Lutheran denominations in North America.

First Book Written

  1. Meshari (Albanian for The Prayer Book) is the first book written in Albanian language. (Web site)

First Prayer Book

  1. It was this book which Cranmer had before him when framing the office portion of the First Prayer Book. (Web site)

Khordeh Avesta

  1. Taken together, the Khordeh Avesta is considered the prayer book for general lay use. (Web site)

Texts

  1. Along with these texts is the communal household prayer book called the Khordeh Avesta, which contains the Yashts and the Siroza.

Books

  1. For example, many authors have used quotes from the prayer book as titles for their books. (Web site)

Parliament

  1. In 1552, this, the second Prayer Book of Edward VI, was authorized by Parliament. (Web site)

Act

  1. Parliament backed the publication of the Prayer Book after Christmas by passing the Act of Uniformity 1549.

Statement

  1. The statement that Pius IV offered to approve the Prayer Book is devoid of all historical foundation. (Web site)

Churches

  1. While theologically different, the language and flow of the service of many other churches owes a great debt to the prayer book.

Catechism

  1. The second use of this catechism is to provide a brief summary of the Church's teaching for an inquiring stranger who picks up a Prayer Book. (Web site)

Eucharist

  1. Included in the "Holy Eucharist" section of the prayer book is the receiving of communion, which is the Eucharist itself. (Web site)

Polish Language

  1. Hortulus Animae, polonice Hortulus Animae, polonice is a prayer book believed to be the first book printed in the Polish language.

Siddur

  1. This meal is called a seder, from a Hebrew root word meaning "order." It is the same root from which we derive the word "siddur" (prayer book). (Web site)
  2. The traditional Hebrew prayer book (the Siddur) was replaced with a German text which truncated or altogether excised most parts of the traditional service.

Hebrew Language

  1. The term Sephardi can also describe the nusach (Hebrew language, "liturgical tradition") used by Sephardi Jews in their Siddur (prayer book). (Web site)

Scotland

  1. Charles's attempt to impose a High Church liturgy and prayer book in Scotland had prompted a riot in 1637 in Edinburgh which escalated into general unrest. (Web site)
  2. In 1557, the Scots Protestant lords had adopted the English Prayer Book of 1552, for reformed worship in Scotland. (Web site)

America

  1. Various changes have actually been made in the Prayer Book as used by the Protestant churches of Scotland, Ireland and America. (Web site)

Episcopal Church

  1. This Creed is received in the Greek, Roman, and English Churches, but it has been left out of the Prayer Book of the Episcopal Church of America.

High Church

  1. These congregations are what is termed "Prayer Book" in liturgy, but "High Church" in churchmanship and ecclesiastical outlook.

Religion

  1. The war was only partly about religion, but the abolition of prayer book and episcopacy by a Puritan Parliament was an element in the causes of the conflict. (Web site)

First Book

  1. In 1993 & 1994, The Prayer Book Society in Australia published a number of pamphlets containing homilies from the First Book of Homilies (1547).

Dor Daim

  1. Dor Daim can therefore use this prayer book and simply omit these additions.
  2. Dor Daim usually use Yosef Qafahh 's edition of the Baladi prayer book.

Thirty-Nine Articles

  1. History and impact of the Articles The Prayer book of 1662 included the Thirty-Nine Articles. (Web site)

England

  1. In England, attempts to impose the new Prayer book led to a serious revolt in Cornwall and Devon. (Web site)

Canada

  1. The Prayer Book Society of Canada is still one of the largest independent organizations within the Anglican Church of Canada.

Gertrude

  1. Gertrude, wife of Iziaslav of Kiev, included her prayer book as part of the medieval illuminated manuscript known as "Gertrude Psalter".

Common Prayer

  1. The very first Prayer Book was written in 1549, and the first Book of Common Prayer for the new Episcopal Church in the United States was written in 1789. (Web site)

Uniformity

  1. The Act of Uniformity of 1662 demanded that the clergy accept every one of the Thirty-Nine Articles and every aspect of the new prayer book. (Web site)
  2. The prayer book of 1552 was enforced by a new Act of Uniformity and the Forty Two Articles of 1553. (Web site)

Commemoration

  1. The Anglican Church of Canada 's Prayer Book fixes the day of commemoration as September 3.
  2. The Anglican Church of Canada 's Prayer Book fixes the day of commemoration as 3 Sept.

Revision

  1. The prayer book revision was buttressed by a revision of the Articles of Religion and mediating rubric s concerning vestments and liturgy. (Web site)

Avesta

  1. The Avesta is also known as the Holy Book or the Prayer Book of the Zarathustrians (Zoroastrians).

Prayers

  1. One of the most fascinating findings of the Cairo Geniza is a partially preserved siddur, or prayer book, titled "Prayers of the Gates".

Church

  1. Before long, Charles was forced to withdraw his Prayer Book and summon a General Assembly of the Church of Scotland, which met in Glasgow in November, 1638.
  2. Nonetheless, the revised prayer book was quite widely adopted in the Church of England with episcopal approval. (Web site)
  3. The Archbishop of Canterbury was made the head of the Church of England, which prepared its own prayer book and statement of doctrine (the 39 Articles).

Anglican Communion

  1. Each national church in the Anglican Communion has its own adaptation of the Prayer Book.
  2. The Anglican Communion continues to look to the Prayer Book and Articles as its foundation documents, even where subscription to them has been relaxed.

Book

  1. The Book of Common Prayer is the foundational prayer book of the Church of England and replaced the various Latin rites of the Roman Catholic Church.
  2. Overall the book was modelled in the English Prayer Book, the Convention having resisted attempts at deletion and revision (McGarvey & Gibson 1907). (Web site)
  3. Early in its development, Anglicanism developed a vernacular prayer book, called the Book of Common Prayer. (Web site)

Bcp

  1. The Book of Common Prayer (BCP) is the foundational prayer book of Anglicanism. (Web site)

Prayer Book

  1. The Book of Common Prayer is the prayer book of the Church of England and also the name for similar books used in other churches in the Anglican Communion.
  2. In 1979, the Convention adopted the revision as the "official" BCP and required churches using the old (1928) prayer book to also use the 1979 revision. (Web site)
  3. Prayer Book - a short way of referring to the Book of Common Prayer, the worship book of the Episcopal Church containing services, psalms, prayers, etc. (Web site)

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