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A history of the use of incense in divine worship

by E. G. Cuthbert F. Atchley

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Published by Longmans, Green in London, New York [etc.] .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby E. G. Cuthbert F. Atchley.
SeriesAlcuin club collections. xiii
Classifications
LC ClassificationsBX5141.A1 A6 no. 13
The Physical Object
Paginationxxix, 404, viii p.
Number of Pages404
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL7015707M
LC Control Number10001970
OCLC/WorldCa3373795

After the Reformation incense was employed sporadically in the Church of England until widely restored under the influence of the Oxford Movement in the 19th century. Elsewhere in both Eastern and Western Catholic Christendom, its use during divine worship and during processions has been continuous. LAMBETH HEARING. THE questions put before us at the present time are two the lawfulness of the liturgical use of incense, and the lawfulness of carrying lights in procession, in the public worship of the Church of England.. There is no direction in the Book of Common Prayer either enjoining or authorising either of these practices. But it is argued that they are practically sanctioned by the.

The use of incense in Jewish temple worship continued well after the establishment of Christianity and certainly influenced the Catholic Church’s use of incense in liturgical celebrations. The earliest documented history of using incense during a Catholic sacrificial liturgy . USE The use of incense was very common. It was employed for profane purposes as an antidote to the lassitude caused by very great heat, as perfumes are now used. Mention of its introduction into pagan worship is made by classical writers (cf. Ovid, "Metamorph.", VI, 14, Virgil, "AEneid", I, ).

  Addai and Mari. Second, Brattston argued that the use of incense was expressly prohibited by the early Christian writers. However, a review of the material shows that he took the writings out of context. The polemics against incense by early Christians were directed mostly at the use of incense in pagan worship.   Dear Mr. Tonguis, Peace in Christ! Regarding the history and symbolism of incense and more about its use, the following is taken from the Catholic Encylopedia (©).(Lat. thus, Gr. Qumiama), an aromatic substance which is obtained from certain resinous trees and largely employed for purposes of religious worship.


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A History of the Use of Incense in Divine Worship book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. This is a reproduction of a book publish Ratings: 0. Excerpt from A History of the Use of Incense in Divine Worship The use of incense and processio'nal lights has been of late discussed in the Anglican Church with considerably more fervour than knowledge, and it has assumed an importance in controversy all out of proportion to its merits.5/5(1).

At Rome, as Ordo romanus primus tells us, the pope was preceded by one of the subdeacons (termed subdiaconus sequens) carrying a golden censer smoking with incense, before whom the seven collets of the district carried seven lighted candles.'Reviews: 1.

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^Calenday of State Papers, Venice, 1Record Series, ; vij, PREFACE IX sequence of colours and that sort of matters. Even in the sixteenth century, if we may rely upon Thomas Becon, country churches usually only used incense at the Offertory, and then only on high festivals. The use of incense was very common.

It was employed for profane purposes as an antidote to the lassitude caused by very great heat, as perfumes are now used. Mention of its introduction into pagan worship is made by classical writers (cf.

Ovid, "Metamorph.", VI, 14, Virgil, "AEneid", I, ).Author: Shawn Tribe. A History of the Use of Incense in Divine Worship Paperback – 1 April by Edward Godfrey Cuthbert Frederi Atchley (Author)Author: Edward Godfrey Cuthbert Frederi Atchley.

the use of Incense in Divine Worship. The Christian Church has carried on the precedent thus set, and has for centuries used Incense as part of Divine Worship. The use may not have been continuous, for in the earliest days there were many circumstances which militated against it and forced the.

Atchley's History of the Use of Incense in Divine Worship Shawn Tribe I was very pleased when, a year or so ago, I had been able to acquire this particular volume for my own library, and I was delighted to see that it has also been scanned and made available online.

Religious use of incense has its origins in antiquity. The burned incense may be intended as a symbolic or sacrificial offering to various deities or spirits, or to serve as an aid in prayer.

Even more, this worship specifically mentions Gentiles (Hebrew, goy; LXX, ethnos). Where incense was earlier burned in the Tabernacle and Temple during Old-Covenant worship, in the New Covenant, Gentiles would now burn incense in their worship of God in the New Covenant.

Use The use of incense was very common. It was employed for profane purposes as an antidote to the lassitude caused by very great heat, much as perfumes are now used. Mention of its introduction into pagan worship is made by classical writers (cf.

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Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for a History of The Use of Incense in Divine Worship Atchley New- at the best online prices at .Incense was burned at the funerals of kings (2 Chron ; ; Jer ), and perhaps Amos10 points to the same custom among the common people.

6. Religious use of incense. The worship of Baal, the queen of heaven, and other foreign gods by means of incense often is condemned in the OT (e.g. 1 Kings ; Ep Jer 43).History of the use of incense in divine worship Users without a subscription are not able to see the full content.

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