Another contextual situation we face is the fact that we now have a Christian entertainment industry that is masquerading as worship. How do we attend in reverence and awe before the Holy One of Israel when so much of our worship culture focuses on amusement, diversion, and gratification? I don’t know the answer, but it is clearly one of the realities of our congregational life.

Another contextual situation we face is the fact that we now have a Christian entertainment industry that is masquerading as worship. How do we attend in reverence and awe before the Holy One of Israel when so much of our worship culture focuses on amusement, diversion, and gratification? I don’t know the answer, but it is clearly one of the realities of our congregational life.
Richard Foster, (writing about spiritual formation in congregational settings and worship)

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