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eBook BCP Standard Prayer Book Burgundy Imitation CP222 download ISBN: 0521681294
Author: Baker Publishing Group
Publisher: Cambridge Bibles (August 1, 2006)
Language: English
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Category: Christian Books
Subcategory: Worship and Devotion

This small Prayer Book provides the complete 1662 services, and is bound in burgundy imitation leather with gold page edges and blocking. Published April 6th 2006 by Cambridge University Press (first published July 29th 2004).

This small Prayer Book provides the complete 1662 services, and is bound in burgundy imitation leather with gold page edges and blocking. It contains the tradit The Book of Common Prayer is not just the old and well-loved prayer book of the Church of England. This small Prayer Book provides the complete 1662 services, and is bound in burgundy imitation leather with gold page edges and blocking.

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Informationen zum Titel BCP Standard Prayer Book Burgundy Imitation CP222 von Baker Publishing . The Book of Common Prayer is the old and well-loved prayer book of the Anglican Church, in use since the 16th century.

Informationen zum Titel BCP Standard Prayer Book Burgundy Imitation CP222 von Baker Publishing Group The Book of Common Prayer is the old and well-loved prayer book of the Anglican Church, in use since the 16th century. The 1928 Book of Common Prayer (2007-06-22). The pages are somewhat thinner than a standard prayer book, but certainly a long way from being tissue paper thin, like you get with some missals. The book is about 1" thick while my 1928 prayer book that I have printed by the Anglican Parishes Association is about 1 5/8" thick. The book comes with a couple of tassels to mark pages.

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The Book of Common Prayer is the old and well-loved prayer book of the Church of England, in use since the 16th century. The prayer book is printed on gilt-edged paper and bound in burgundy calfskin leather.

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Book of Common Prayer (BCP) is the short title of a number of related prayer books used in the Anglican Communion, as well as by other Christian churches historically related to Anglicanism. The original book, published in 1549 in the reign of Edward VI, was a product of the English Reformation following the break with Rome. The work of 1549 was the first prayer book to include the complete forms of service for daily and Sunday worship in English

The Book of Common Prayer is the old and well-loved prayer book of the Anglican Church, in use since the 16th century. In this revised 1662 form, it has become one of the classic texts of the English language, its prayers and expressions making English what it is today.Cambridge's new editions of the Prayer Book have been freshly typeset for the 21st century, using a modern digital typeface to give a clear printing image and greater readability. Nevertheless, the format and page layout follow the previous version of the Standard Edition Prayer Book page for page. The book provides the complete 1662 services, including the traditional forms of the baptism and marriage services.It comes in a burgundy imitation leather binding, in a gift slipcase. It will make an appropriate and useful gift for a wedding, christening or other special occasion.
Comments: (7)
Zinnthi
It was as described, but pay close attention to those dimensions. It was smaller than I thought it would be. Only after I got it and grabbed a ruler did I realize that the BCP I had as a gift from years ago is now called the "enlarged" edition (though it's still only the size of a smallish Bible). This "standard" size is quite small, pocket-size I'd say.

Leather binding feels nice in the hand, and the font and new typesetting is clearer.
Kardana
A very nice edition of the 1662 Book of Common Prayer. Although small in size, the 9 point type is very readable, and its small footprint makes it a very portable Prayer Book, suitable for use at home as well as church (should you be blessed enough to attend a parish using this, the gold standard of BCP editions). It can easily fit into a coat pocket and is very comfortable in the hand. The binding is more utilitarian than beautiful, but by no means unlovely, and makes for a sturdy prayer-book that travels well should need or want require.

Although, as previously mentioned above, it is very readable, I would probably invest in the Enlarged Edition in leather, as the size is not much greater, and the leather bindings from Cambridge have a more personal feel to them.

The 1662 Book of Common Prayer is important both from a literary standpoint as well as historical, liturgical and spiritual standpoints. Familiarity with the Prayer Book will enhance the enjoyment of nineteenth century literature as well as providing a Regula and devotional resource for traditional Christians. Every Anglican should have this prayer-book, and every Christian can benefit from its reading and use.
Akir
This is the most beautiful edition of the classic 1662 Book of Common Prayer I've ever had the pleasure to use. Before we get to the substance of the review, a brief prefatory note might be helpful: if you worship in an Anglican / Episcopalian church either in the US or in the UK, it's unlikely that this is the edition of the prayer book being used in your church. In the US most Episcopal churches appear to be using the 1979 edition of the US Prayer Book, while traditionalist parishes and many Anglican parishes use the 1928 US edition. Meanwhile in the UK most churches are using either the new Common Worship books, a version of the Roman rite, or services created locally. It seems that if you want to experience a true 1662 service these days you either need to attend a sparsely populated 8am or midweek communion service, or be very lucky in where you live.

And that's a shame, as you'd find out very quickly if you read / used this book. Even before we consider it as a prayer book, it's worth reflecting on the fact that many generations have considered it a masterpiece of English *literature*. The language, shaped by the confluence of it's Latin forebears, the enlivening influence of Tyndale's translations of Scripture, and the genius of Thomas Cranmer, is vivacious and memorable. It warns us of the "devices and desires of our own hearts", which we confess "meekly kneeling upon [our] knees". Couples coming to be joined in the "holy estate [which] Christ adorned and beautified with his presence" (marriage) are warned not to "satisfy [their] carnal lusts and appetites, like brute beasts that have no understanding," are instead exhorted to love one another as Christ loves the Church, "loving and cherishing it even as his own flesh." The examples could be multiplied endlessly - but perhaps you get the point. The words leave a delightful taste in the mouth long after you've finished pronouncing them.

And this is a beautiful edition of the book. It's traditional look belies the fact that Cambridge took an old edition and completely reset it digitally - somewhat similarly to a studio digitally remastering an old movie or music recording. The result is an attractively laid out text which has gravity and dignity, but which is also crisp and clear, so easy to read. The point size is generous for such a small volume (except the prefaces), and would be easily readable by most folks (and if you need large type, Cambridge do an large-print edition too:BCP Enlarged Edition Black French Morocco CP423. The French Morocco leather of this pocket edition is durable but so pleasant to hold. There is gilding around the page edges, which just adds to the attractive feel of the volume. And it's made to last - I've had my copy for perhaps a couple of years now, and it's regularly used, and yet it's showing very little sign of wear and tear. It should last me the rest of my life, and then still be good enough to pass along to another generation.

But it's not just a book to admire, either for it's quality production or its turns of phrase. It's a book to be *prayed*. And it serves this purpose admirably too. If you've never used a liturgical prayer book before it may take a little getting used to, but it's certainly easier to navigate than most other liturgical texts - part of Cranmer's genius. If you spend a few minutes with the contents page and the calendar, you should be able to work out pretty quickly everything you need to know to get started with Morning and Evening Prayer - and there are a multitude of online sites that can help. It will encourage you to establish or maintain a pattern of regular, daily prayer which can sustain you for a lifetime, as generations of past Christians can testify. The slightly archaic language may trip you up once or twice, but won't present much of a barrier - it's no harder than Shakespeare, for example (easier in most parts of the book).

Highly recommended.
Voodoogore
Granted, this is a very small BCP, but if you're looking for a handy sized 1662BCP, then this is a great buy!
Umrdana
Love it so nice!!!
Magis
We were surprised at the small size of this prayer book! Being of the Anglican tradition and part of a parish that uses the older (1662) prayer book, we now have a go-anywhere one for our own use!
Modifyn
good
Beautiful book, excellent condition. Thank you!