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Author: Kenneth W. Stevenson
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Title: The First Rites
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Category: Worship and Devotion
Publisher: Harpercollins/STL (December 31, 1989)
Pages: 124

The First Rites by Kenneth W. Stevenson



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Kenneth W. Stevenson. Nuptial Blessing: A Study of Christian Marriage Rites. Initially I read Mark Searle's book because I personally knew a liturgist who studied at Notre Dame with him and greatly admired his Catholic liturgies and insights. Good liturgy changed my life and deepened my faith. Searle's historical perspectives stirred my imagination, coupled with theology.

Kenneth William Stevenson (9 November 1949 – 12 January 2011) was the eighth Bishop of Portsmouth in the Church of England. Stevenson was born in Edinburgh. He was consecrated as Bishop of Portsmouth in 1995, following parish work in Lincoln and Guildford and in the university chaplaincy at the University of Manchester. He was married, with four children. Stevenson, author of Nuptial Blessing: A Study of Christian Marriage Rites, on LibraryThing. Kenneth W. Stevenson is currently considered a "single author. If one or more works are by a distinct, homonymous authors, go ahead and split the author. Stevenson is composed of 1 name.

The Alternative Service Book closely follows the 1662 Book of Common Prayer which also requires responses first in the future, and then in the present tense. Kenneth Stevenson translates several such rites from Eastern sources. Once the betrothal rite is restored, the present marriage service would also be restored, de facto, to its previous position in the couple’s life-history, as a culmination of a process rather than a singular event licensing talk of ‘before’ and ‘after’ a marriage. The ‘solemnization of marriage’ as the Book of Common Prayer calls it, restores the supposition that a marriage already exists, and that it has now reached the point of no return, of unconditional promise which requires the blessing of God and continuing.

Kenneth Stevenson relates the ritual process to the three stages or "deep structures" of traditional rites of passage. We find them exemplified most clearly today in the ROman Rite in the Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults. To Join Together is a study of the Roman Rite of Marriage showing that historical liturgical practice celebrated marriage in three stages, betrothal, liminality, and incorporation. And though this practice has faded from the liturgy it continues to be followed actively in family life

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Samowar
The First Rites looks at liturgy during the first years of the Church when members reshaped traditional Jewish practices to reflect the liturgy given to them by their Lord and in continuity with their heritage as Messianic believers. Beginning with an overview of the early Christian world, Rev. Stevenson describes the approach to daily prayer, treatment of new Christians, preaching of the Word, the Lord's Supper, orders and ministry, marriage, Christian death, and time and celebration of the liturgy. Each chapter includes a portrait of the modern version of a given practice set alongside its precedent.

Other books of interest include: Jesus and the Jewish Roots of the Eucharist: Unlocking the Secrets of the Last Supper,The Lamb's Supper: The Mass as Heaven on Earth,Temple Themes in Christian Worship,At the Origins of Christian Worship: The Context and Character of Earliest Christian Devotion,Infant Baptism in the First Four CenturiesThe Origins of Infant Baptism: A Further Study in Reply to Kurt Aland and The God of the Gospel of John.
Insanity
The First Rites looks at liturgy during the first years of the Church when members reshaped traditional Jewish practices to reflect the liturgy given to them by their Lord and in continuity with their heritage as Messianic believers. Beginning with an overview of the early Christian world, Rev. Stevenson describes the approach to daily prayer, treatment of new Christians, preaching of the Word, the Lord's Supper, orders and ministry, marriage, Christian death, and time and celebration of the liturgy. Each chapter includes a portrait of the modern version of a given practice set alongside its precedent.

Other books of interest include: Jesus and the Jewish Roots of the Eucharist: Unlocking the Secrets of the Last Supper,The Lamb's Supper: The Mass as Heaven on Earth,Temple Themes in Christian Worship,At the Origins of Christian Worship: The Context and Character of Earliest Christian Devotion,Infant Baptism in the First Four CenturiesThe Origins of Infant Baptism: A Further Study in Reply to Kurt Aland and The God of the Gospel of John.
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