Re: Liturgists and limitations
> Jeff <jakyer_at_s...> wrote:
> >> I just read that section and it looked like it was just one
> > although I
> >> believe he has the option of doing additional ones for
> > if they
> >> ask nice.
> >> Oliver
> > I read it as all common plus one special.
> Yes, but the question is, say a liturgist has more than one
> he's running a worship service. What happens?
> a. He picks a single one of his scriptures (e.g. "The Abiding
Book") and the
> worshippers get all the common blessings plus one special blessing
> that scripture*? or,
> b. He takes every scripture he has a skill with ("The Abiding
> History of My Black Horse Troop", "The Discordian Bible"...), and
> worshippers get all the common blessings from *each* of those
> plus one special blessing from any of them?
> As I read the rules, it's (a). Am I misunderstanding things? (I'd
> scripture has its own liturgical text, containing all the
blessings. If you
> try to add the blessings from another scripture, you're,
> holding a second service after the first one finishes, doublng the
I assume all blessings from the scritures in involved. After that,
I'll listen to readings from the Old and New Testaments. Then our
pastor will give a sermon based on the teachings of St. Giles.
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