Angels in the Architecture and Dancing in the Aisles|
The early Corinthian church was both sacramental and charismatic. Why do today’s churches tend to be one or the other?
It is an oddity of contemporary Christianity, at least in the West, that the churches that emphasize the sacraments generally do not emphasize spiritual gifts, and vice versa.
This Sunday, thousands of believers will enter a sanctuary in which all eyes are drawn to the table near the front. They will brush past a baptismal font as they find a seat, sing hymns and recite prayers that have sustained believers for centuries, confess that they believe in one holy, catholic, and apostolic church, and ...
Wednesday, February 6, 2019
Why do today’s churches tend to be one or the other?