Prayers for an Inclusive Church Paperback

by Steven Shakespeare;

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Prayers for an Inclusive Church

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This is a beautifully crafted collection of prayers for each Sunday and most major festivals in the churchs year, together with additional material for each season. The Sunday prayers known as collects in the Anglican tradition follow the three-year cycle of the Revised Common Lectionary. The author uses expansive and inclusive language and imagery to address and describe God, to describe Gods presence and action in the world, and to describe the people of God. Ideal for use at weekday celebrations, including the Book of Common Prayer Order for Eucharist.

Prayers for an Inclusive Church by Steven Shakespeare was published by Church Publishing Inc in September 2009 and is our 37975th best seller. The ISBN for Prayers for an Inclusive Church is 9780898696356.

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Does the book use female terms in addressing God, or exclusively male and gender-neutral terms?

A:Hi Eve. I can't find any. Where possible the author sticks to addressing God as 'you' or 'Lord', with 'Him' being the chief descriptor of Jesus. All in all, this seems a pretty ungendered collection. Thank you for using the Q&A Forum. Aaron


Details for Prayers for an Inclusive Church

Author / Artist
Book FormatPaperback / softback
PublisherChurch Publishing Inc (September 2009)
Number of Pages188
Thickness15 mm
Height221 mm
Width137 mm
Product Code2683641
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