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Has the 1662 Prayer Book become a subversive text? A service in memory of George Bell

I have long thought that the 1662 Book of Common Prayer (actually its first version was written in 1549) would eventually become a subversive document. Increasingly, its sentiments are revolutionary not only in the Christian sense (which calls for an...
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