Will the identity of the church be diminished if it can't gather on Sunday mornings for the next few months? Some seem to think so, concluding that government closures of religious meetings make the statement that the church is not essential in our culture. How will all that come together this weekend on Easter Sunday, what some consider to be the most important service of the year? Kyle and Wayne look at some of the wacky theology being espoused by those who think that Sunday gatherings for Christians are a "religious requirement." What does it reveal about our understanding of the church and its place in the world?
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