If only they’d use BCP

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12 August 2009

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From Mr Derek Bevan
Sir, — Canon Armson (Letters, 17 July) makes his point well. The Book of Common Prayer does adjust the opening verses of lessons when it is appropriate to do so. At a parish church not a million miles from here, however, people (laity and sometimes even clergy) can seldom be persuaded to read from the Prayer Book in preference to a copy, on lectern or in hand, of the Authorised Version itself.
DEREK BEVAN
Stanford, 4 Petre Close
Ingatestone, Essex CM4 9SX

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