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How has the Anglican Catholic Tradition shaped the Theology and Liturgy of the Marriage Service in Common Worship?
Religion and Theology
Pages 20 (5020 words)
This paper explains how the Anglican Catholic Tradition has shaped the theology and liturgy of the Marriage Service in Common Worship. The term religion relates to a sacred belief that teaches and guides us in every phase of life. It connects the humans with divinity and tells the laws of nature…
It is a social act that joins two people in a long lasting commitment and a promise to fulfill their marriage vows. Thousands of years back, considering the example of early men, who were hunters and wanderers changing their habitats every now and then. They were illiterate and uncivilized people who did not have any technology, luxury, means of communication, storage system for food etc. hence they lived for today only and had no moral values. There was no concept or need of marriage as they did whatever they liked to, involved in unethical sexual acts and women gave birth to children without knowing who the father was nor the offspring cared to find about their father and knew only their mother. This act kept going for years and gradually with an extreme need of change the women started realizing her responsibilities towards making own house and how to make the living beautiful. The men being the hunters remained busy all day long whereas the women invented the idea of cultivating crops in fields and made various kind of trials to grow better plants and selected those good in taste and for health. ...
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