“A return to medieval thinking is a return to creedal thinking–and not just limited to those symbols recognized as formal creeds. A return to a creedal mind will come to see, gladly, the implicit creeds which shape our expressions of faith. But the modern evangelical church does not want this voice of authority. The modern evangelical church wants the doctrinal structure of an inner tube and the stability of a bowl of pudding” (Angels in the Architecture, p. 107).
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