An eagle lectern is a lectern in the shape of an eagle on whose outstretched
wings the Bible rests. They are most common in Anglican churches and
THE FLYING eagle is the symbol of John the Evangelist (see Revelation, ch 4, v
7) who proclaimed Christ as 'the Word of God' at the beginning of his Gospel.
Lecterns hold the Bible in place as the church leader reads various passages
from it. Lecterns in the shape of an eagle hold special value within churches.
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Christian churches are most often built in a cruciform shape (cross-shaped), ..... In
many Anglican churches the LECTERN is in the form of an eagle with wings.
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Mar 15, 2011 ... An eagle lectern is a lectern in the shape of an eagle. They are very common in
Christian churches and cathedrals. The eagle is the symbol ...
It is in the shape of an imposing full-size figure of an eagle, grasping a book ...
Lectern for the Reading of the Gospels with the Eagle of Saint John the
The lecterns in the shape of an eagle on whose outstretched wings a bible rests
are most common in Anglican churches and cathedrals. The eagle, which was ...
Feb 25, 2009 ... Lectern and pulpit reading desks in the shape of eagles have a long history in
Catholic, Lutheran and Episcopal Churches throughout the world ...
the Eagle Lectern, the Pulpit, the Baptismal Font and the Communion Table. This
month let us think about the Eagle Lectern. Why is it in the form of an eagle?