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Origines liturgicae

or, Antiquities of the English ritual, and a dissertation on primitive liturgies.

by Palmer, William

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Published by Univ. Press in Oxford .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Liturgies,
  • Liturgies, English

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    Pagination2 vols.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24137164M

    In like manner Augustin, in his De Civ. Dei (viii. 5), says: “No philosophers come nearer to us than the Platonists;” and elsewhere, in the same book, he speaks, in exalted terms, of their superiority to other philosophers. When he speaks of the Platonists, he means the Neo-Platonists, from whom he conceived that he could best derive a knowledge of Plato, who had, by pursuing the. Origines Liturgicae ; Or, Antiquities of The English Ritual by Rev. W. Plamer £ An Essay on the Character and Practical Writings of St. Paul by Hannah More.

    The liturgy which bears the name of Clement, bishop of Rome, and which occurs in the eighth book of the Apostolical Constitutions, is certainly a monument of venerable antiquity. I cannot think, however, that it is to be considered as an accurate transcript of the liturgy of any church. We have seen that the hour promised by Malachi was supposed by the Ante-Nicene Fathers to be here intended: “My name shall be great among the Gentiles; and in every place incense shall be offered unto My name, and a pure offering.” Mal. i. The student of this series must have observed that the primitive writers were universally impressed with these principles, This.

    See Bingham, book xii. c. 1, sec. 4. Yet at the same time they continually speak of two great sacraments of the Christian Church” (Palmer’s Origines Liturgicæ, vol. ii. c. 6, sec. 1, p. ). That is, he became a catechumen. In addition to the information on this subject, already given in the note to book vi. sec. 2, above, the. The Ephesine theory was first put forward by William Palmer in Origines Liturgicae, was once very popular among Anglican scholars. According to it the Gallican Rite went back to one brought to Lyon from Ephesus by St. Pothinus and Irenaeus, who had received it through Polycarp from John of Patmos.


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Origines Liturgicae, Or, Antiquities of the English Ritual: And a Dissertation on Primitive Liturgies; V.1 Paperback – Aug by William Palmer (Author) See all 21 formats and editions Hide other Origines liturgicae book and editionsCited by: 1. Origines Liturgicae; Or, Antiquities of the English Ritual, and a Dissertation on Primitive Liturgies; Volume 2 Paperback – Aug by William Palmer (Author)Author: William Palmer.

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Origines liturgicae: or, Antiquities of the English ritual ; and a dissertation on primitive liturgies, Volume 1, 4th ed. by Palmer, William, Pages:   Origines liturgicae, or, Antiquities of the English ritual: and a dissertation on primitive liturgies by Palmer, William, Pages:   Origines liturgicae: or, Antiquities of the English ritual ; and a dissertation on primitive liturgies, Volume 1, 4th : The book feels to be a sort of anthology of articles around related themes.

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Top Full text of "Origines liturgicae: or, Antiquities of the English ritual ; and a dissertation on primitive liturgies, Volume 2, 4th ed." See other formats. Origines liturgicae: or, Antiquities of the English ritual ; and a dissertation on primitive liturgies by Palmer, William, Pages: In the wake of the English Reformation, a reformed liturgy was introduced into the Church of first liturgical book published for general use throughout the church was the Book of Common Prayer ofedited by Thomas Cranmer, Archbishop of Canterbury.

The work of was the first prayer book to contain the forms of service for daily and Sunday worship in English and to do so. Origines Liturgic Volume 2; Or, Antiquities of the English Ritual: And a Dissertation on Primitive Liturgies Paperback – March 6, by William Palmer (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editionsAuthor: William Palmer.

Book Title: Origines liturgicae, or, antiquities of the english ritual: and a dissertation on primitive liturgies. Uploaded: times. Last download: 6 days ago. Date of issue: 22 May The author of the book: William Palmer. Origines Liturgicae ; Or, Antiquities of The English Ritual, and a Dissertation on Primitive Liturgies.

-Press hb’s. 2 vols. Scarce. Origines Liturgicæ, or Antiquities of the English Ritual, and A Dissertation on Primitive Liturgies. by William Palmer of Worcester College Oxford, 3 rd Edition Free 2-day shipping on qualified orders over $ Buy Origines Liturgicae Or, Antiquities of the English Ritual V2: And a Dissertation on Primitive Liturgies at In this definitive work, Thomas Talley draws on al the resources of historical scholarship to examine and unravel the complications brought to liturgical time by the blending of local traditions.

Liturgical time, like al ecclesiastical structures, has interacted with other traditions since the early centuries. Yet Doctor Talley found that the gospel tradition and its liturgical employment 5/5(1). Palmer: Origines Liturgicæ 18 Vol. I: Antiq. of the English Rit., Ch. IIIA, to Quinquagesima.

CHAPTER III. COLLECTS, EPISTLES, AND GOSPELS. BEFORE I proceed to ascertain the antiquity of this portion of our ritual, I would observe, that the collects, and the lessons which we now call Epistles and Gospels, were originally recited from two books, the former entitled the Sacramentary, the.

to collect books for this purpose when the library was revived in. whose Origines liturgicae (; fourth edn,)on‘the antiquities of the English ritual’ emphasised the continuity of the liturgical life of the ‘English Church’ from the late.

Origines liturgicae, or, Antiquities of the English ritual: and a dissertation on primitive liturgies. Anglicans of the 19th century such as Sir William Palmer in his Origines Liturgicae and the Bishop of Chichester in his Story of the English Prayerbook proposed that Irenaeus, a disciple of St.

Polycarp the disciple of St. John the Divine, brought the Ephesine Rite to Provence whence it spread through Gaul to Britain and became the foundation of the Sarum Rite.

COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.'One of the leading liturgists in the country gives us the latest and most careful research available,'Calvin Theological Journal.

Covers questions such as: Why does Lent last 40 days? When did Christians begin celebrating Christmas on December 25?

and How is Easter linked to Passover? pages, softcover. Liturgical Press. The Origins of the Liturgical Year, Second Edition ( Pages: Introductory Notice to the Early Liturgies.

Early Liturgies — Various It is in curious contrast with the work of Brett and others like-minded that we have in these Edinburgh translations a reflection from the minds of divines who are unused to liturgies, and who have no interest in their elucidation.