The Book of Common Prayer: 1662 Version (includes Appendices from the 1549 Version and Other Commemorations) by Thomas Cranmer

The Book of Common Prayer: 1662 Version (includes Appendices from the 1549 Version and Other Commemorations) by Thomas Cranmer soon to be presented for sale on the tremendous BookLovers of Bath web site!

Published: London: David Campbell Publishers, 1999, Hardback in dust wrapper.

Number 241 in the series. Contains: Ribbon markers [1];

From the cover: The Book of Common Prayer is one of the few literary classics which is also a liturgical masterpiece. Originally produced in the sixteenth century by Thomas Cranmer for the newly independent Church of England and revised several times since, it is still in daily use four hundred and fifty years later. During that time it has exerted a powerful influence on all English speakers and writers. Together with the Authorized Version of the Bible and the plays of Shakespeare, the Prayer Book has shaped the consciousness of a nation and the empire they created. Yet it remains above all the expression of powerful and enduring religious impulses which will outlive the historical conditions of its creation.

The Everyman edition reprints the 1662 version of the Prayer Book, with substantial appendices taken from the 1549 version.

Introduction by: Diarmaid MacCulloch

In the Everyman’s Library series.

Very Good in Very Good Dust Wrapper.

Pale Brown boards with Gilt titling to the Spine. [XXXVIII] 528 pages. 8¼” x 5″.

Of course, if you don’t like this one, may I persuade you to have a look at more books within my Religion catalogue?

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