In the AAA section, a question was asked about the “kiss” during a wedding ceremony, and why there is none in some weddings. In Michelle Arnolds answer, she wrote this:
One of the advantages of omitting the kiss is that it discourages the congregation from the unfortunate modern trend of applauding in church, which is what many people now think they should do at the first kiss.
Can someone tell me what is wrong with applause in church?
This is a simple human expression of joy, and it is not disrespectful in any way to God (IMO). Am I missing something here?