Perhaps nothing proves more divisive to a church than disagreement about how worship should be conducted. Some find it ironic or even scandalous that believers should be at odds about worship. Assembly to praise and glorify God ought to be a source of unity. But, of course, this concern ignores the fact that Christian worship must be true worship, and if believers have sincere disagreements about how true worship should be conducted, then they must attempt to resolve their differences.
Kenneth A. Myers (MA, Westminster Theological Seminary) is a founder of Mars Hill Audio and a writer/editor.
Issue: "The Chief End of Man" Sept./Oct. 1993 Vol. 2 No. 5 Page number(s): 25-27
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