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When did the gathered church stop singing choruses?
I read a few years ago, that the early church (1st - 2nd century) would start their gatherings by singing choruses and that this went on for a while, before the rest of the liturgy. Unfortunately, my ...
Nov 8 '12 at 19:20
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