Some specific topics include lay readers
of the Bible in the Carolingian 9th-century, biblical readings for the night office in 11th-century Germany, the literal reading of the Bible in the era of the investiture conflict, and violence, prophecy, and power in 12th-century France and Germany.
There is a real scope for lay readers
to go beyond just taking services - even taking on some of the sacramental work is a possibility.
These legends, speculations and science ideas which proved faulty are as intriguing as the astronomical theories which stood the test of time, and provide both college-level students of astronomy and lay readers
alike with a vivid exploration recommended both for general-interest and school collections.
Archaeological discoveries are usually limited to technical journals and scientific circles, but DISCOVERY offers keys to understanding to general-interest readers and public lending libraries strong in science for lay readers
Certified Yoga and Pilates instructor April Petty presents Kundalini Rising: Exploring the Chakra/Asanas Connection, a guide for lay readers
to the spiritual strengths of yoga as surely as its physical movements.
Her concern is not so much with any actual lay readers
of the book, but with how they were imagined by him, his bookmakers, and subsequent readers.
The main commentary proceeds chapter by chapter, from 1 Chronicles 1 to 2 Chronicles 36, condensing the essence of Biblical text into plain terms accessible to lay readers
of all backgrounds, at times drawing upon historical record to fill in the gaps.
The writing of some of the essays is academic and dense, intended more for music scholars than lay readers
An exhaustively researched saga, presented in a manner equally accessible to lay readers
and religious history scholars.
The July session is one of two each year (the other is in February, also in Kingfisher Lake, but at the Anglican mission house in town) that offer courses to those training for ordained ministry, to lay readers
and to those--lay or ordained--interested in expanding their knowledge of Christianity and the Anglican church.
will get a digestible dose of the basic science often missing from the mass media.
This book, like its two predecessors, is bound to be of interest to lay readers
who wish to get a handle on the science under-girding architecture.