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Senarius asked John the Deacon what a scrutiny is and why infants (infante) are scrutinized three times before the Pascha. This statement will be examined in greater depth in chapter three. However, for current purposes, one should not be confused by the use of the term infant (infante). It could be used for a person of any age who is to be reborn through Baptism. It is not entirely clear and there are varying opinions as to 6 Johnson, 6. 52 exactly when the ritual came to be performed primarily for infants.

58 In that way, the Council recognized both unchanging and changing aspects of the liturgy which placed the historical and particular relative to the eternal and universal. There was interplay between the unchanging church and the particular church community and the way that they worshipped. Here we find an example of the opposition that Bell spoke of. ”60 The basis for this newly formed community is not historical, social, or cultural. It resides within each person. A basis for community within each person is evoked, expressed and experienced in this form of ritualization.

123. Ibid. Bell, “Ritual, Change, and Changing Ritual,” 35. 72 Mitchell, 454. 71 34 as they seem, are the crux of the approach with which she addresses other theories. Her method is distinct from the other theories of ritual presented in this chapter. While I will employ the ritual view of Bell specifically to the scrutiny rite in Chapter 5, I would like to make some comments on her analysis of ritual. It has already been shown that she has basic differences with Turner, perhaps less as his theories evolved before his death.

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