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The Churchman’s Guide is specifically designed to help Anglican laity and church leaders easily access information about both commonly used and obscure ecclesiastical terms, formulas, dates, people, offices, and ceremonies. As a small reference guide, this book aims to clarify terms that have become ambiguous through overuse or neglect. Succinct definitions and articles explain theological terms, feast days, ceremonies, and many other aspects of church life. The Churchman’s Guide allows readers to understand the church’s life, and enables all church attendees to knowledgeably participate in services. Though written more than one hundred years ago, these definitions still provide lucid and accessible treatments of the key aspects in Anglican ecclesiology, concepts, and institutions.
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Arthur Reynolds was a leading figure in nineteenth- and early-twentieth-century Anglicanism.