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The Prayer-Book of Queen Elizabeth, 1559
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The Prayer-Book of Queen Elizabeth, 1559


John Grant 1911

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After the death of Mary I of England, her half-sister and successor, Elizabeth I, restored Protestantism and reissued the Book of Common Prayer with slight changes. Important differences include changes to the wording in the administration of the Holy Communion. Benham’s introduction gives an in-depth history of the reasons these changes occurred during this tumultuous period of English history.

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Key Features

  • Presents the reissued Book of Common Prayer from 1559
  • Includes changes to the wording in the administration of the Holy Communion
  • Links important terms to dictionaries, encyclopedias, and other resources in your library

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About Rev. William Benham

Rev. William Benham was educated at St. Mark’s College, Chelsea, and King’s College, London. He was rector of St. Edmund’s and the author of numerous books, including The Church of the Patriarchs, Companion to the Lectionary, How to Teach the Old Testament, and more.

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