Dear Michael it *appears* that you are trying to convince folks that if their worship isn't liturgical, then it's not true. Again, the words of Jesus to the woman at the well, "the hour is coming, and NOW is, that the true worshippers shall worship the Father in Spirit and in truth.
What's this now that Jesus is speaking of? The now then was B-4 the destruction of the Jerusalem temple, or the one on *that* mountain in Samaria.
Michael you also say:
Again, the evidence is very strong that there was a level of continuity between the liturgical worship given by God to Moses for the tabernacle, that liturgical worship's transference to the Jerusalem temple, the modification and transference of liturgical worship to the ancient synagogue, and the modification and transference of liturgical worship to the Apostolic Church...
Me again: You talk about transference. Prior to the new covenant perhaps there was a liturgical transference, but Jesus the mediator of the new covenant, a priest forever after the order of Melchizedek, brought perfection which the Levitical priesthood could not. And with the change of priesthood then it's necessary for there to be a change also of the law. Heb.7:11&12
And if this is the case, and if the liturgy you speak of Michael is of the law, then.........................
The law of the Spirit of Life in Christ............that's where it's at. May He reveal to us what HE wants.
be blessed Michael in knowing Christ Jesus as your EVERYTHING