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  1. We do not live in a major city; however, the church I attend is trying to be inclusive. Easter/Christmas tend to stay traditional for all comers (understood) - rest of the year aims for balance. Good Friday was a very difficult service - basically Isiah and John done in a nice contemporary ambience, with heavy substitutionary atonement. From Lent to Easter, folks are touchy about discussing an alternative view so it's go it alone time on how to cope. I haven't figured out yet how to "translate" this version into an approach I am more comfortable. If you ask me, I can articulate a viewpoint - but I can't translate this action fast enough yet to worship. For example, i am not comfortable with substitutionary atonement, but the moral stance makes some sense to me. I'm sure this takes practice but wow! This attempt was a miserable hour.
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