In this brief Sunday afternoon post I’m using the word “liturgy” for the planned and calendar-based order in a Sunday worship service for Christians. Something happened, and we have to wonder if it is good for us. The complete obliteration of the traditional liturgy for Sunday services was not something the Reformers did — Luther had one; Calvin had one; Westminster had one. So also Rome has always had one; the Orthodox have always had one, too.
, examines the liturgy of the Church. That liturgy always was shaped by the gospel itself, and he is urging for more churches to let the gospel shape our practice — our Sunday morning worship times.