A physical sign of respect and humility such as bending one knee to the ground. Such gestures are a part of corporate worship in the Roman Catholic Church and some other churches.

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What's the evangelical take on “Tebowing” and genuflection

Reading this blog post from a Catholic blogger who shed some light on the ancient history and purpose of genuflection. While striking his pose, Tebow is praying, and I don’t believe any person ...
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What is the reason to genuflect when the Incarnation is mentioned?

At Mass during the recitation of the Nicene Creed and when praying the Angelus, it is common (or required?) for the congregation to bow or genuflect (bend one knee) during these lines: For us men ...