1979 BOOK OF COMMON PRAYER (Special Nook Edition): The Official, Church Authorized 1979 Version of the Book of Common Prayer (NOOKbook) Episcopalian Edition

1979 BOOK OF COMMON PRAYER (Special Nook Edition): The Official, Church Authorized 1979 Version of the Book of Common Prayer (NOOKbook) Episcopalian Edition

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Christian Church Official Publications

1979 BOOK OF COMMON PRAYER (Special Nook Edition): The Official, Church Authorized 1979 Version of the Book of Common Prayer (NOOKbook) Episcopalian Edition


OVERVIEW

The most recent Episcopal Book of Common Prayer from 1979 contains two rites for the most common services, the first from traditional

Overview

Christian Church Official Publications

1979 BOOK OF COMMON PRAYER (Special Nook Edition): The Official, Church Authorized 1979 Version of the Book of Common Prayer (NOOKbook) Episcopalian Edition


OVERVIEW

The most recent Episcopal Book of Common Prayer from 1979 contains two rites for the most common services, the first from traditional language from previous versions, and the second using only contemporary language (some of it newly composed, and some adapted from the older language).

This Nook version of the Book of Common Prayer contains a fully interactive table of contents, index, as well as references and links to the actual pages numbers in the paper version of the Book.


CONTENTS:

The Book of Common Prayer
Administration of the Sacraments
Other Rites
Ceremonies of the Church
The Psalter or Psalms of David

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940012197528
Publisher:
Christian Church Official Publications
Publication date:
12/11/2011
Series:
Book of Common Prayer | The Book of Common Prayer | Book of Common Prayer Nook | The Book of Common Prayer Nook Nookbook
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
68,557
File size:
635 KB

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1979 BOOK OF COMMON PRAYER (Special Nook Edition) 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 174 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The BCP is a truly beautiful book. I can turn it to almost any page on my Nook and find something to inspire me.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A lot of wisdom in this book
BaptisedJohn More than 1 year ago
Fast delivery and works well on my Nook color
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Highly recommended. The price is more than reasonable and more than 50% less than other I have been on Barnes and Noble.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Just excellent. Very profound and moving.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Highly recommended.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The beautiful thing about the BCP is that you can pick up a large print or regular print edition and the pages always are the same. Not so with the Nook or Kindle editions. This was a very disappointing discovery. If you are familiar with the book, then you will be able to find what you want, just don't expect to easily use it for Sunday services.
Friar-by-the-sea More than 1 year ago
Page numbers do not correspond to the book BCP and navigation is not easy. This nook version is not complete. PDF version available from Rite Brain is still better.
ChickPriest More than 1 year ago
This is not a criticism of the actual book but of the Nook format. For the person who knows his or her way around the BCP, this is marginally helpful when you don't want to carry around an actual book. Otherwise, it would be incomprehensible. Not easy to navigate through. Note: there are hyperlinks that will take you to the page you want in the actual BCP format.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Although text is identical, fonts and spacings are very different from the printed edition. Confusing to someone transitioning from the printed edition to this one. I would get the epub from Church Publishing.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Though accurate and the pages match the printed book, this is not very handy for service use. BCP requires different services and collects for different days and the Nook does not have a "back" button that is easy to use. It would be nice for a Compline service with the lights in the chancel down low and the screen barely lit.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Easy to jump from different parts of the book.
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knitting-quilting More than 1 year ago
The book of common prayer is an essential part of daily life for Episcopalians. It contains our liturgy, catecism (sic), daily offices and more. With this on my nook, I always have my prayer book with me.
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