(EEW Magazine) On Nov. 17, Prophetess Juanita Bynum, 55, updated her Facebook status with a video of an Atlanta congregation dancing to secular music in the sanctuary, captioning it, “This is why we have to pray.”
The featured footage belonged to Greater Traveler’s Rest (House of Hope), led by Pastor E. Dewey Smith in Decatur, GA. Bynum’s commentary sparked an online war of sorts.
On one side, there are supporters of the viral dancing video. On the other side, there are detractors. Each side, however, claims to be right
Who actually is?
Well, if the tension it causes among Believers is any indication, there is no black and white answer.
The decades-old debate about whether secular music has any place within the four walls of the church has never been resolved, with some saying yes and others answering with an unequivocal no.
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