Introducing the glossary

I said yesterday, my next three posts would be examples of the public reading of scripture. However, I realise now I need to implement a glossary for terms that I will be using. You can access this glossary (across four pages) from the drop-down menu above, and I will leave a permanent reminder of its existence in the sidebar.

Every time I use a technical term – whether liturgical, theological or the occasional specialist word – for the first time, I will try to create a glossary entry for it.

If you think I’ve used a technical term, and you can’t find it in the glossary, either post a comment on the blog post I’ve used the term in, or on the main glossary index page. The main index page will accept comments, the actual sub pages with the glossary on will not.

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