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Wednesday, February 22, 2006 AD

Another Keeper...

In the Middle Ages, the liturgy was said only by the celebrant and hymns sung only by the choir. The congregation had a very limited roll. Luther changed all this by introducing a congregational hymnbook in 1524, adding strength to his doctrine of the priesthood of all believers.

Courtesy of Lutheran Tidbit of the Day at Old Lutheran.

Now back to the math problems and proofs.



  • Good for Luther. He did a lot of good stuff. It ought to be remembered, however, that since no one could read in those days, it was probably not easy to get the congregation to make the responses. I was also sorry to read that the people received "only a limited roll." Perhaps if bigger ROLLS had been distributed, they could have played a bigger ROLE.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 2/22/2006 10:29 PM  

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