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David (Guest) (19/11/2011 19:20)
I find most churches in Inverness with so called modem services So out dated in there views, sort of cart before the horse
David (Guest) (19/11/2011 23:09)
Rosemary can I ask what town you are talking about??
David (Guest) (20/11/2011 16:18)
You not able to share where this church is ?
Editor (20/11/2011 17:43)
David, you said: "I find most churches in Inverness with so called modem services So out dated in there views."
Perhaps you could say which views you feel are 'outdated'?
Rosemary Cameron (20/11/2011 23:16)
I live in Dunfermline. I'm not going to name specific churches but I can think at least one locally which the video above reminded me of, especially where the worship is concerned.
Billy (Guest) (21/11/2011 22:32)
...and no one can say "jesus is Lord" except by the Holy Spirit.
We can debate form and style forever. I think it is great to see worship in different styles, and particularly encouraging to see young people with hearts on fire and praise on their lips. If we don't like the style, we are free to use another.
David (Guest) (22/11/2011 00:42)
I think you know my views
Sing about it but there it stops, more of a club than a church.
Sing about love but not able to show it ?
Editor (22/11/2011 11:33)
David, Can I say this as kindly as I can.
Even those who are in favour of same-sex relations are ready to admit that the Bible teaches against it. So the issue is not 'understanding' the issue is 'obedience'. And it applies to heterosexuals, those who are inclined to steal, and all the other activities prohibited by God.
So please, I don't want to discuss this issue further. All that needs to be said has been said.
But lastly please accept my apologies for not (yet) having edited and published the interview with True Freedom Trust. It is still on my 'to do' list.
And having said all of that, this article is about modes of praise in the context of music. Let's keep focussed on that. Many thanks.
Peter Carr (22/11/2011 12:38)
The tussle that goes on, in just about every church, of traditional versus modern style of worship, cannot and will not be resolved before The Lord returns. Like most ministers, I have now resigned myself to juggling the two, knowing that I will never keep everyone happy.
David (Guest) (22/11/2011 13:19) I think you picked me up wrongly
I have been to churches where no music is used and you can feel Gods love from these people (nothing to do with any gay issue)
Was trying to say it the presents of the holy sprit that important.
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