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What Churches require are lack of ambiguity

Jonathan Meade argues that for a church to be truly church-like; to keep the faithful coming the building itself needs a lack of ambiguity, inevitably it must be kitsch.

For a church cannot be both religious and ambiguous, the building cannot express tensions, say between
flesh and spirit and so on.

For Jonathan Meade the feeling that runs down his spine when he enters the vastness of some church is the feeling of spatial awe.

What does Meade like in Architecture? He likes the Moscow Underground. the 'Architecture of Promise' he terms it.

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