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should not Church be the disambiguation pate, and Church (building) the article on the buildings? The term is too ambiguous to just point to the buildings article. dab () 10:59, 13 May 2005 (UTC)

I absolutely agree. Speaking as a theologian, the English word 'Church' refers to church buildings only in a subsiduary sense, even if that is the etymological root.


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