Revival and change are almost synonymous terms and both clearly cut across traditionalism. There is no way true revival can occur without major changes disrupting and reordering the life of the Church. . . . God is no traditionalist. While God is orderly, He is always fresh and vital. If a church can run according to forms and traditions of men, it will run without the presence and power of God . . . . Is it any wonder the love of tradition is an enemy to revival? Revival and new life go hand in hand . . . . Let every church realize that the inordinate love of tradition is a great opponent to revival . . . . When a church slays the love of tradition, a major obstacle to revival will be slain With it.
– Richard Owen Roberts –