The New Testament is sworn testimony of the apostles and their church regarding the life, crucifixion, and resurrection of Jesus Christ.
Now having their testimony (i.e. the New Testament), our responsibility is to believe it and act upon it.
Believing it and acting upon it does not mean establishing and adhering to the religious rituals of churchgoing. Rather, it means believing in Jesus and keeping His commandments. His commandments are that we love God above all and our neighbor as ourselves. In fact, we ought to be laying down our lives for each other. Churchgoing is not a fulfillment of this way of living, but rather a diversion from it.
We are to be imitating the faith of the apostles and their church. That is the way to honor their service, and to honor the Lord who they honored.
The purpose of this blog is to praise Jesus Christ in terms familiar to those who read the Bible.