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The purpose of stained glass windows in a church was both to enhance the beauty of their setting and to inform the viewer through narrative or symbolism. Why is stained glass more common in modern churches? Stained glass lets in natural light.Why do many churches have stained glass windows?
This helps people feel more comfortable. Finally, many churches view their stained glass as a part of their identity. People often remember a church by its stained glass windows, which gives it standing and notoriety in the community.What do churches have stained glass?
The history of stained glass windows in churches can be traced back to the Early Middle Ages. Some of the early stained glass windows and still some today were used to tell religious stories featuring characters of the Bible in very ornate stained glass. These windows would serve as a reminder about God and certain Bible passages.Why are there stained glass in churches?
Stained glass windows were used in churches to enhance their beauty and to inform the viewer through narrative or symbolism. The subject matter was generally religious in churches, though “portraits” and heraldry were often included, and many narrative scenes give valuable insights into the medieval world.