Lock down in the church’s pews

14 Apr 2022 | Church | 0 comments


The fixed pew in Protestant church buildings has become a symbol of the gaol-like imprisonment of worshippers, so that, contrary to the Protestant insistence on liberty of conscience among individual believers they are finally restrained from taking liberties and becoming intoxicated with the holy.

John Killinger, Leave it to the Spirit, 1971.

Notes from the Compiler


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