What were the chanted commentaries added to embellish biblical text in church services known as?

What were the chanted commentaries added to embellish biblical text in church services known as? a. miracles b. tropes c. liturgy d. mysteries

The chanted commentaries added to embellish biblical text in church services are known as mysteries Explanation: “Mystery” in religious terms refers to a sacred secret. It is something that had been hidden in the past but was eventually revealed. This talks about the secrets that had been hidden in the Old Testament are revealed in the New testament. There are other uses of the word mystery en religious such as “mystery can be something about god that humans cannot completely comprehend” and “mystery may refer to something about God that cannot logically be understood”. All this is deeply connected to faith.

The correct answer is liturgy. Liturgy is the public worship performed by a religious group. It comes from the Greek word ‘leitourgia’ which describes the work of an individual in service to God. Liturgy is a prescribed ritual that many churches use in their services and in their ceremonial rites. It can include all forms of services ( prayers, songs, chanted commentaries, poems, hymns, offering, gospel, sermon etc. ) used during a religious service, especially the mass. The purpose of any kind of liturgy is to hear God’s message and to get it across to the people attending the service. Liturgy uses the Bible as it was first intended: to hear God’s words directly and to respond to the words by praying.

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What were the chanted commentaries added to embellish biblical text in church services known as? It is mysteries.

I think the answer is Liturgy. Liturgy is a customary public worship performed by a religious group. There is also worship music and sermons, although I don’t think either of those are chanting. Hope this helps.

Answer 6

It is C. Liturgy because it is the customary public worship performed by a religious group, according to its beliefs, customs and traditions.

Answer 7

Ithink it is c because i know it’s not a or d so i got you a 50 50 either c or b

It is C. Liturgy because it is the customary public worship performed by a religious group, according to its beliefs, customs and traditions. hope it helped you:-)

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