Complaints from the pews about matters of form are often dismissed as superficial and immature. But they may point churches to a necessary conversation.
The significance of contemplating the new film “Arrival” during the season of advent.
Does Mihály Csíkszentmihályi’s research on flow have anything to do with the Christian’s experience of time in worship?
Rhythm is tied to time. We cannot experience one without the other. But in certain cases, rhythm can also effect a suspension of time.
Most agree that liturgy is rhythmic. What is less clear is how this rhythm relates to all the other rhythms of life.
Rhythm is all around us, but why does it matter? The reasons are social, political, and theological.