Seeking a Reformation of Worship

Many of today’s churches seek to revolutionize worship, changing it from the ground up.  But is that what should be done?  Do we need to see a demolition of past worship liturgy.  R. C. Sproul provides a helpful insight from the example of Israel.

When Israel’s prophets denounced the corruption of Israelite worship, they sought reform, not revolution. Though they vehemently criticized liturgicalism, they never attacked the liturgy. Though they railed against externalism and formalism, they never sought to remove the externals and forms God had instituted.

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