Many contemporary Christians have a love affair with brick and mortar. THe edifice complex is so ingrained in our thinking that if a group of believers begins to meet together, their first thought are toward securing a building. For how can a group of Christians rightfully claim to be a church without a building? (So the thinking goes."
"When Christianity was born, it was the only religion on the planet that had no sacred objects, no sacred persons, and no sacred places."
The following is an excerpt from the Ketcherside-Porter Debate on Orphans Homes and Bible Colleges:
We would like to share some worth-while quotes from various authors to make you pause and consider different aspects of what God's Word teaches.