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As a result, the physical setting for worship is taken very seriously, and employs both spatial arrangements and material accompaniments that are designated by a precise vocabulary as well as strict directions for implementation. ) At the other end of the liturgical spectrum, churches in the Baptist, Holiness, and Pentecostal traditions usually are devoid of this .......................... 9234$$ $CH3 04-15-02 14:54:36 PS 51 WILLIAMS: HOW TO READ A CHURCH elaborate array of spatial divisions and liturgical implements.
Some wealthier and more sophisticated congregations have turned to ‘‘signature’’ architects, such as Frank Lloyd Wright or Louis Kahn, to design structures in a ‘‘Modern’’ or ‘‘Post-Modern’’ style, with little reference to the traditional symbolism of Christianity and a reliance on the play of shapes, material, and light for setting a religious tone. Most post-World War II Catholic and mainline Protestant churches, for which worship patterns have converged, have developed a standard suburban proﬁle, blending tradition and the techniques of Modernism to accommodate the post-Vatican II emphasis on interactive worship (new for Catholics) and a more elaborately ritualized liturgy (new for Protestants) in structures that either adapt the traditional rectangular church shape or introduce a semicircular groundplan.
Potok’s ﬁctitious painter is not the only Jewish artist to use a cruciﬁxion. Elie Wiesel describes a child’s execution drawing on cruciﬁxion imagery. See Elie Wiesel, Night, trans. Stella Rodway (New York: Bantam Books, 1960). More obviously, Marc Chagall’s White Cruciﬁxion (1938) incorporates a cruciﬁxion as the central, dominant image. 9234$$ $CH2 04-15-02 14:54:28 PS How to Read a Church Peter W. Williams Miami University A FTER houses and retail stores, one of the most abundant and ubiquitous features of the built landscape of the United States is its churches—or, more broadly, houses of worship.
Art and the religious impulse by Eric Michael Mazur