The Rationale of Ceremonial, 1540-1543; With Notes and Appendices and an Essay on the Regulation of Ceremonial During the Reign of King Henry VIII

The Rationale of Ceremonial, 1540-1543; With Notes and Appendices and an Essay on the Regulation of Ceremonial During the Reign of King Henry VIII

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1910 edition. Excerpt: ...hallowing of the font upon Saturday in the easter even. 38 21. The ceremonies of the resurrection in easter morning. 22. General and other particular processions. 39 23. Benediction of the bishops or priests. 24." Holy water and Holy bread. (24b. Exorcisms to be omitted: --a section occurring here in L. and not specifically named in the list of contents in Cleop. E. v, which, manuscript, now at least, does not contain it in its text, although it may have originally comprised an additional leaf.) 2 25. A general doctrine to what intent ceremonies be ordained and of what value they be of. This con-clusion is named in the Summary of Contents in Cleop. E. v. but the text to correspond is now wanting in that MS.) '43 % Passages and words in italics in our text, here following, occur only in Brit. Mus. MS. Cotton, Chop. E. v. Passages and words in square brackets occur only in MS. Z., i.e. Lambeth MS. 1107. Variations are shown in the margin, (where also the beginning of each page of MS. Z. is noted.) The text followed is that of Z., the Lambeth MS., subject to the above qualifications. The spelling has been modernised. CEREMONIES TO BE USED IN THE M-; CHURCH OF ENGLAND" f. 268. 1. Though it be very truth1 that there is a great difference betweenc the commandments and works expressed by Scripture, necessary for a Christian man's life and salvation, and rites and ceremonies devised by men, because the works contained in Scripture are the express Commandments of God, which may not be infringed, taken away or changed by any man, and the other said rites and ceremonies are appointed and ordained by man, which upon causes reasonable, may from time to time by governors and men of authority be altered and changed, yet such ordinances, rites, and...show more

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  • Paperback | 58 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 3mm | 122g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236537610
  • 9781236537614