Senkbeil, Harold L. “Liturgy and the Life of the Church.” 1991.

You will notice that while the planners of this conference may not be prophets, it is very clear that they are no cowards. Not only did they plan this affair for a day that turned out to be the opening day of the world series, but they also chose to open up with a topic guaranteed to thrust us all into controversy right out of the starting gate: Liturgy as the Life of the Church.

There are some here, I am sure, who remember the “good old days” when theological controversies were simpler and more straight forward. Then you could line up on one side or another behind the champions of your cause and everybody knew where you stood. Biblical innerrancy was fairly easy to comprehend once it got down to brass tax: were Adam and Eve historical people or not?…


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