Is that sacrilegious?
Muslims at the mosque;
Jews and Christians at the wall...
as we ate. It was what Wolfgang Simson calls a church "meating." Holy Church.
Or secular spoon, for that matter.
Or secular food to spoon...
Everything depends upon the state of our interior lives and our heart's
relation to God. The man that walks with God will see and know that for him
there is no strict line separating the sacred from the secular. ..The Apostle
Paul teaches that every simple act of our lives may be sacramental. "Whether
therefore ye eat...."
"It is common among people like us to look for ways to free ourselves from
the humdrum, escape as often as possible into ecstasy, devise ways to live
separated from the clamor of traffic and family, associate as far as possible
only with people of like mind, and engage in disciplines and ways of dress and
speech that set us apart from 'the others.' Scripture says:
("Christ Plays in Ten Thousand Places", (p. 86)
"There is nothing so secular that it cannot be sacred; that is one of
the deepest messages of the Incarnation."
- It's not about real estate, but our real ESTATE, he told a Samaritan outcast(e).
- Mountains are matter; and don't matter. It's about spirit and truth.
- Mountains maintain. Life is missional.
- The counterfeit of worship in "spirit and truth" is inevitably "place and fact."
- We are gnot gnostic.
- Duel dualism.
- If catholic can have nuts for communion, why can't we?
- Hellenism can get hellish.
- church is people, not place
- There is good reason there is no word for "spiritual" in Hebrew.
the restaurant is The Quarter Cafe.. Check it out.
The toilet included.
Even church buildings might count.