The Integrity Of Form And Faith In Liturgical Art

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

Art for worship must evidence not only aesthetic integrity but also fidelity to Christian truths. Specifically, liturgical art should reflect the theology and character of the worship that is enacted in the local congregation. The following article explains these claims and describes two examples of how they have been put into practice.

Cameras were flashing in the cathedral. I was standing next to a stone effigy of some monarch who lay on the lid of his tomb and stared confidently upward...


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