The Anglican Breviary
South Korea: Hanku Asia, Inc., 1998
(2,000 pages; $60.00, cloth [available from: Daniel James Lula, 222 Cherry Street, West Newton, MA 02465])
reviewed by Addison H. Hart
Last year, Christianity Today ran a cover story entitled “Learning the Ancient Rhythms of Prayer.” It was a cursory look at the current recovery of the Daily Office, especially by Protestants, which has resulted in the recent publication of a surprising number of contemporary office books. Among these volumes, one finds Venite: A Book of Daily Prayer, edited by Robert Benson (Tarcher/Putnam, 2000); The Prymer: The Prayer . . .
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