The Look of Acts
Robert Hart What the Church Steadfastly Does Every Sunday
My wife and I recently had dinner with some friends who go to a large and very modern church. While we ate, we listened to them tell of their frustration. They are unhappy because a large cross that was the central focus of what is, in their terminology, the worship space, had been replaced by large video screens. The Sunday services, they complained, were no longer a time of worship, prayer, and preaching, but were more like a rock concert, a show. A verse from the Book of Acts came to my mind, prompting a discussion of what needs to take place in . . .