Liturgical Gnats

William Evans observes a fascinating phenomenon and offers some provoking questions in a new blog post, entitled “On Liturgical Gnats and Theological Camels.” Here’s a tease:

Does at least some of the current interest in “traditional worship” have more to do with the postmodern turn to the aesthetic than with a principled concern for truth?  I recently observed to a theologically astute friend (and one with a long history in Reformed worship discussions) that I have been struck by the fact that some conservative Reformed proponents of traditional worship would seemingly rather hang out with PCUSA Barthians who practice traditional worship than with other Evangelicals who share their view of Scripture but whose worship sensibility is more contemporary.

Read the rest HERE.

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