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SATURDAY, APR 4, 2020  |  5 comments
Christian Colleges Get Creative with Chapel Requirements
The daily or weekly service is often critical to the identity of a Christian college or university—it’s where the whole community comes together in one place and interacts. Chapel services are seen as a key part of students’ spiritual formation, and attendance is often required for credit necessary to graduate. And it’s not uncommon for a discussion—or controversy—that starts with a chapel speaker to define the life of a campus for a semester and sometimes the experience of a whole class of students. Chapel sets Christian higher education apart.

Now schools are trying to figure out how to translate that core part of their community life onto the internet. ...


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John UK  Find all comments by John UK
The Quiet Christian wrote:
To take a differing view, congregational worship -- no matter what one calls it -- ought to be the most unifying of experiences. If all of us would gather together in one place and offer our worship, as our Brother John has wisely suggested, we ought to come away from such an experience as the Lord being very large to us & ourselves being very, very small. But as has already been stated, congregational worship has already devolved into what it should not be. Too often, congregational "worship" is a passive experience designed for the entertainment of the gathered and the exultation of those on stage.
Amen Quiet Brother. An objective, unbiased view of christendom, when seen in the light of scriptures, would cause most people to say, "Whatever happened?"
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The Quiet Christian  Find all comments by The Quiet Christian
To take a differing view, congregational worship -- no matter what one calls it -- ought to be the most unifying of experiences. If all of us would gather together in one place and offer our worship, as our Brother John has wisely suggested, we ought to come away from such an experience as the Lord being very large to us & ourselves being very, very small. But as has already been stated, congregational worship has already devolved into what it should not be. Too often, congregational "worship" is a passive experience designed for the entertainment of the gathered and the exultation of those on stage.
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John UK  Find all comments by John UK
B. McCausland wrote:
Yes the term 'service' derives from an institutionalised church, yet when we meet together we 'minister' one to another as you say, and this is a service we give each other, which is profitable and acceptable unto God. ICor.14:26
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B. McCausland  Find all comments by B. McCausland
John UK wrote:
"The daily or weekly service....."
Now here is another thing that tradition has foisted upon the unsuspecting Christian world: the idea that there is such as a thing as a "service" provided every Sunday morning and evening.
... someone is providing you with a service; they are doing something for you, and you pay for it.
That is NOT the NT way of going on.
A church is to meet together in a building to make use of their individual spiritual gifts, given to them by Jesus. The people there are all born again and they all have gifts to be used. Sometimes they will receive, sometimes they will give. Nowhere in the NT is there a concept of a church service; rather it is a gathering of saints for mutual benefit.
But it is all part of the falling away. There is very little true representations of the church of Jesus Christ in the world today, just a mishmash of the ideas of men, extra-biblical activities ... and the true believers are becoming isolated and regarded as the offscouring of the world ...
Yes the term 'service' derives from an institutionalised church, yet when we meet together we 'minister' one to another as you say, and this is a service we give each other, which is profitable and acceptable unto God. ICor.14:26
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News Item4/4/2020 4:00 AM
John UK  Find all comments by John UK
"The daily or weekly service....."

Now here is another thing that tradition has foisted upon the unsuspecting Christian world: the idea that there is such as a thing as a "service" provided every Sunday morning and evening.

The implication is that someone is providing you with a service; they are doing something for you, and you pay for it.

That is NOT the NT way of going on.

A church is to meet together in a building to make use of their individual spiritual gifts, given to them by Jesus. The people there are all born again and they all have gifts to be used. Sometimes they will receive, sometimes they will give. Nowhere in the NT is there a concept of a church service; rather it is a gathering of saints for mutual benefit.

But it is all part of the falling away. There is very little true representations of the church of Jesus Christ in the world today, just a mishmash of the ideas of men, extra-biblical activities (bingo, flower shows, art exhibitions, concerts etc.) and the true believers are becoming isolated and regarded as the offscouring of the world, despite being the very ones who seek to apply scripture to the practice of the church.

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