The Oxford Book of Prayer Paperback

by George Appleton;


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The Oxford Book of Prayer

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An attractive reissue of the late Bishop George Appleton's celebrated selection of over 1,100 prayers from many centuries and many traditions, including Christian, Jewish, Hindu, Buddhist, Muslim, Iranian, Shinto, Classical Greek and Latin, native American, and Baha'i. The wide-ranging contents ofThe Oxford Book of Prayer reflect the cooperation of the many advisers who have ensured that the choice of prayers is ecumenical in the widest sense of the word. The prayers are arranged under headings such as 'Prayers from the Scriptures', 'Prayers of Christians, personal and occasional', 'Prayers of the Church', and 'Prayers from other traditions of faith', but there is also a subject index to guide the user to prayers for particular occasions, and an index of authors and sources. The book may thus be used for browsing or for more structured prayer, for private meditation or for public worship.

The Oxford Book of Prayer by George Appleton was published by Oxford University Press in March 2009 and is our 26472nd best seller. The ISBN for The Oxford Book of Prayer is 9780199561230.

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Page last updated 5th May 2013
Author / Artist
Book FormatPaperback
PublisherOxford University Press (March 2009)
Weight301g
Number of Pages416
Thickness23 mm
Height196 mm
Width129 mm
ISBN9780199561230
ISBN-100199561230
Product Code1235975
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