I grew up going to pretty traditional Baptist and Methodist churches. Worship consisted of red hymnals, a choir (sometimes), and a piano. On special occasions we might have what was colloquially called simply a “Singin’” where groups would come from all over and we would have a time of worship focused exclusively on music. In […]Read More The Sound and The Fury: My Thoughts on Different Forms of Worship
The caricature of faith presented in the popular culture is commonly referred to as blind faith. By blind it is meant that the person of faith has no evidence for the thing they’ve placed their faith in. On the other side the “faithful” say that nothing could be further from the truth. Our faith is […]Read More Blind Faith or Faith to See?