The Contemporary Traditionalist

In the church, much is made over the words “contemporary” and “traditional.” Those who are considered “traditional” are often characterized by pews, organs, robes, suits, choirs, pulpits, hymns, liturgy, and reservedness in worship. In contrast, those who are considered “contemporary” are quite often recognized by their jeans, bands, lights, backdrops, video augmentations, and doxological exuberance. Traditional worship is often antique and … More The Contemporary Traditionalist