Symbols As The Language Of Art And Liturgy

Source: The Complete Library of Christian Worship, Robert E. Webber, General Editor

Symbols are a primary means by which the truth of the gospel is communicated. They communicate to us through all our senses and on many levels, to our thinking and our feeling, our memory and our imagination. Further, symbolic language serves to unite Christians, giving them a common reference point and experience that transcends divisions within the Christian community.

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