Saturday, March 9, 2019
Christian Places of Worship
- Christian places of worship should be plain and straightforward? Discuss. Ollie Gardner This debate is a genuinely strong subject for certain people and religion. For example the Catholics take that it is correctly to show their appreciation of idol by designing their places of worship with regretful stained glass windows, huge organs and a big bold altar etc. However the Protestants started bulge out rebelling against the Catholics saying that you should not have to show your appreciation with money and aureate but with commitment and feeling should be enough.No religion is right or wrong. Looking at the Protestant way of thinking intimately it that places of worship should be plain and simple. I can deliberate galore(postnominal) tenablenesss why people do believe in this thought. One reason could be because they think that god does not have to be bribed or demonstraten these big expensive gifts to appreciate his followers and the people. That merely screening you r commitment to him and well being should be enough to gain your do or that you already have his love. God in my point of count is not someone to judge someone by his or her riches but by his or her actions.Meaning that wherever you worship in a church, at home in your bedroom, on the street in an alleyway with beer cans on the floor is good enough to show your appreciate and thanks. He does not think of you anymore by showing him and plentiful him gifts with great wealth. You might be quite poor and cannot afford to do anything quite so big and bold and might just inadequacy to do your own prayer at home or anywhere of your choice, which is still fine. On the other hand I can obtain why you would want to show your appreciation via gifts, big services and god plated lecterns etc.Its like on Valentines Day when you give you love ones a present, card or gift of some point. I go to bed the feeling of walking in to the Bath Abbey and being blown outside by the remarkableness an d memorising stain glassed windows that fill the room with colour. You do in some way feel that sense of astonishment and holiness as you witness something like the Bath Abbey. I can also see the commitment to god by giving him gifts of great wealth and big glamorous services. It shows hat if they have been lucky enough to be very wealthy or maybe not that much but to give what they can does show a certain amount of strong commitment. In conclusion either decision is fine, and god will not think of you any differently. In my point of view I would go with Protestant way of belief just because I think that god loves you whoever you be and we can show are own love to him, not by fancy lecterns and pulpits and a big choir but just by however way we feel like. Could be at home or anywhere that is most comfortable to you.