2 edition of dialogue between the pulpit and reading-desk found in the catalog.
dialogue between the pulpit and reading-desk
Member of the Church of England.
by For Abraham Ellison ..., Albany, also bound and sold by Henry Spencer at Spencer"s Book-store ... in [Albany]
Written in English
|Statement||by a Member of the Church of England ; recommended to the serious perusal of the laity and clergy of the established church by the Rev. Edward Smyth ...|
|Genre||Early works to 1800., Controversial literature|
|Contributions||Smyth, Edward, 1665-1720., Perronet, Charles, ca. 1723-1776., Green, William, of Rotherham., Chamberlin, Loel, inscriber., Clark, Betsey, Miss, inscriber., American Imprint Collection (Library of Congress)|
|LC Classifications||BT760 .D5|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||164,  p. (last 2 leaves blank [?]) ;|
|Number of Pages||164|
|LC Control Number||10000727|
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Elements of decoration shared between Catholic and Protestant denominations are the flowers that may be placed in front of the pulpit, and the antependium or "pulpit fall", a piece of cloth that covers the top of the book-stand in the pulpit and hangs down a short way at the front. It is often of a rich material and decorated with Christian.
A dialogue between the pulpit and reading-desk. Wherein the most common errors in practical religion are refuted, and particular notice is taken of a late treatise, called the Doctrine of grace.
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It is equally possible to combine pulpit, desk, and lectern. But a desk need not obtrude upon the liturgical scene, and is in any case a good place from which to conduct parts of most services. Preferably it should be placed at right angles to the congregation, and thus to the main axis of. The ministry of the Word currently tends to be divided between three visual centres - the lectern, from which the scriptures are read, the pulpit from which the sermon is preached, and the reading desk (a distinctive feature of Anglican worship) which is more suited to the ‘Office’ of Morning or Evening Prayer (Matins and Evensong) than to.
The following article examines every aspect of the worship space, reflecting the unique perspectives of the Reformed tradition. With regard to many concerns, the similarity of the Reformed view with other views expressed in this chapter is quite striking—a reflection of how much various worship traditions have learned from each other.
One point of contrast.A raised platform/reading desk from which the Scriptures are read and the Word is proclaimed. It has gained a resurgence of sorts in recent liturgical design, serving as both a pulpit and lectern.
The opening dialogue between pastor and people that begins the liturgy of Holy Communion. These words, dating from the second century, are likely.Start studying RE Christianity. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools.
Search. Reading desk for a preacher. votive candle. Typically placed before a statue of Mary for a prayer intention. A book in the Old Testament containing songs of praise and worship.