Christians Should Come Out of the Closet: I.e., They Should Go to Church!

Jason Stellman, in noting that most evangelicals prefer all things private and inner to most things public and organized, comments on the ideal-piety that is proposed in most churches: Deep within the hidden recesses of each one of us lives a gnostic waiting for an excuse to come out and reveal himself.  Just as the… Continue reading Christians Should Come Out of the Closet: I.e., They Should Go to Church!

Short but Sweet: Stellman on Liturgy

How many times have we heard evangelicals (especially of the Jesus-people variety) claim that they don't get caught up in the "religiosity" of "churchianity" as expressed in things like "liturgy"?  While the simplistic notion that a church doesn't have a liturgy is easy enough to refute, Jason J. Stellman puts it succinctly: All churches have… Continue reading Short but Sweet: Stellman on Liturgy