The American Traditional Book of Prayer: Study Guide

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This book has been developing to elicit a psychologically stable Christian religion for Americans, and it has finally come to light. This American Traditional Book of Prayers is to be used for worship and/or service, as well as a Bible Study Guide. Pertinent scriptures are included for the reader to study. This book has been written with an Instrumental Leadership in mind. The task-master is the reader and the materials are this book and the King James Version of the Bible. It should makes it easier to understand...

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Overview

This book has been developing to elicit a psychologically stable Christian religion for Americans, and it has finally come to light. This American Traditional Book of Prayers is to be used for worship and/or service, as well as a Bible Study Guide. Pertinent scriptures are included for the reader to study. This book has been written with an Instrumental Leadership in mind. The task-master is the reader and the materials are this book and the King James Version of the Bible. It should makes it easier to understand and talk about the ethics in the American way of life.

The Preface:
Chapter I: The Sanctifications include Exorcising and Blessing.
Chapter II: The Worship / Service.
Chapter III: The Eight Sabbatisms of the Wheel of the Year.
Chapter IV: The Rites of Passage from Baptism to Burial.
Chapter V: The Two Initiations and Third Initiations of Deaconship.
The Lessons I: Specific Old Testament ethics from the creation of the world.
The Lessons II: The New Testament from Jesus' conceptions through ascension.
The Mysteries

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781469134376
  • Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
  • Publication date: 1/9/2012
  • Pages: 592
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 1.32 (d)

Meet the Author

Elizabeth A. McAlister was born an American citizen in 1962. Since 1991, she has been developing an American Traditional Book of Prayer with Biblical scriptural included for over 20 years, and it has finally come to light. In 'The American Traditional Book', the format of other Biblical books of prayer and worship are similar to 'keep it traditional', and the contents were designed to elicit a more stable religion for the American individual and community.

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  • Posted June 26, 2012

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    The worst book with "Wicca" in the title. Will never recommend it

    I have over 500 books on Pagan/Wicca in my Library. I find it insulting that Elizabeth A. Mcalister titled this book "The American Book Of Wicca". It is a christian attempt to christianize the religion of Wicca. I will keep it in my library in the section marked, "Not worth a shizza".

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