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Message - Re: What does church architecture actually do in culture? Part 2

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Posted by  CID on February 19, 2003 at 23:29:21:

In Reply to:  Re: What does church architecture actually do in culture? Part 2 posted by d on February 19, 2003 at 19:55:19:

I CAN BE MOVED BY A CHURCH- ARCHITECTURALLY, OR I CAN VISIT A CHURCH FOR MY PERSONAL BENEFIT-TO RECONNECT WITH MY HIGHER BEING. I HAVE BEEN TO CHURCHES THAT SERVED AS CIVIL WAR HOSPITALS (IN THE SOUTH) AND ARCHITURALLY SPECTACULAR CHURCHES IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA. EITHER WAY, YOU CAN BE MOVED BY THE ARCHITECTURE OR THE EMOTION OF THE HIGHER BEING. WHY MUST THEY ALWAYS BE CONNECTED? I LOVE ARCHITECTURE AND MY RELIGION, BUT I CAN LOVE AND PRACTICE MY RELIGION WITH MY EYES CLOSED.

 
 
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