Making “Sense” of Modern Worship: Scripture, Spirit, AND Sacrament

I want to share this link with you to an article that I found interesting.  Part of what draws me to it is the emphasis on the sacramental.  Lately, I’ve been wondering if this is part of what we are missing in the “modern” church.  I’ve included the first paragraph and then you will have to click on the link for more.


Making “Sense” of Modern Worship: Scripture, Spirit, and Sacrament
By Ryan Flanigan

Glenn Packiam is one of the most important voices in modern worship. In an attempt to reason with those who continually slam modern worship, Glenn posted this fantastic blog on what critics might not know about modern worship:

http://mysteryoffaithblog.com/2016/01/15/what-you-probably-dont-know-about-modern-worship

As Glenn argues, not all modern churches are alike, so it’s usually unhelpful to make blanket statements about what’s wrong with modern worship or to lump all megachurch worship with modern worship. He also observes that much criticism of modern worship comes from people who want to “kill” it rather than people who want to make it better.

He then speaks to the good in modern worship, such as its Spiritual inspiration, missional impulse, and emotional engagement.

[Read the rest of the article]

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