Common-place Book: n. a book in which common-places, or notable or striking passages are noted; a book in which things especially to be remembered or referred to are recorded.
Interesting, but someone should tell whoever wrote that article that a passion is NOT a symphony any more than a novel is a poem. They are different forms altogether.
Well, in this context, we have an Orthodox Metropolitan preaching to a bunch of Presbyterians, so I figure all forms and conventions are out the window anyway.
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