Architecture for churches is a matter of gospel. A church that is interested in proclaiming the gospel must also be interested in architecture, for year after year the architecture of the church proclaims a message that either augments the preached Word or conflicts with it. Church architecture cannot, therefore, be left to those of refined taste, the aesthetic elite, or even the professional architect.
Tuesday, January 1, 2008
For an inaugural quote to communicate the urgency of this blog enterprise, here's a lift from this fine book:
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