[Bell Historians] Tower Classification required
Ted Steele firstname.lastname@example.org [bellhistorians]
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Thu Apr 21 12:17:07 BST 2016
On 21/04/2016 09:38, alan Buswell aaj.buswell at gmail.com [bellhistorians]
> Getting back to my original question,I will categorise a secular ring
> as a purpose built erection where it is unlikely that any religious
> service will take place in the future.
But for which purpose? Ringing or secular ringing?
Bells in churches will have been consecrated for sacred use. Are they
not de-consecrated when no longer to be used for religious purposes? Is
the difference between secular and sacred not simply a matter of whether
the bells are considered to be consecrated?
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