Anyone who has spent significant time in the Christian Church, of any background or denomination, has probably held opinions about their Christian worship experience. “The music was too loud.” “Did the preacher just really say…?!” “I should have skipped out with the children!” “That really spoke to me.” During this episode, Jeff, Mona and Allen discuss various aspects of the worship service while reflecting on their own histories, then introduce a new segment to the show and name it Sound Charades.
Diversity of the Christian Worship Experience Conversation (00:53)
Sound Charades Segment (45:08)
From our Diversity of the Christian Worship Experience Conversation
- Ecstatic Religion: A Study of Shamanism and Spirit Possession by I.M. Lewis (Book – Amazon Affiliate Link)
- Wesleyan Quadrilateral (Wikipedia)
- Heart of Flesh: Feminist Spirituality for Women and Men by Joan Chittister (Book – Amazon Affiliate Link)
From Our Sound Charades Segment
Thank you to Mike Golin for our intro and outro music. Check out his band Soulwise.
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