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In God's House

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By Paul Nitta

A small but noisy group of writers on religious topics recently has been promoting the idea that church buildings, as we have known them for almost 2,000 years, are old-fashioned. For these people, the idea of the church as a "sacred place" is alien to contemporary man's way of thinking. Since these ideas exist and show signs of spreading, I want to recall to your mind some basic notions on divine worship, and on appropriate places to carry it out.