12 Mark Question Response



"Private Worship has more meaning than public worship" Evaluate (12 Mark Question) 

For some Christians, notably Quaker and non-liturgical Churches, worship can be seen as a deeply spiritual and personal act of love between a believer and God. From a theological perspective, the Bible encourages Christians to "Love the Lord... with all your heart, all your soul" (Matthew 22:37), which emphasises the idea that the purpose of creation was to be humble towards God and serve Him with patience and faith. For some Christians, the way to this humility and pure faith is through worshipping God and the best way to realise this is through the private reflection of life. This is because the soul is something that belongs to an individual and not by an organised Church. Therefore, for some Christians, private worship does have more meaning than public worship because


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