Benjamin Eliff has a cogent article exploring the differing interpretations on the Lord’s Supper from the viewpoint of Catholicism, Lutheranism, and Non-Lutheran Protestantism. He looks at the doctrine of “transubstantiation” and what Catholics believe about the body and blood of Christ actually existing in the bread and wine of the sacrament. Then he looks at “consubstantiation” from the Lutheran viewpoint of Christ’s spiritual presence in the elements, ending with his take on the true Biblical interpretation on the entire subject. Truly important “food for thought” can be found in this study on “The Lord’s Supper.” From: World View Weekend – CLICK HERE.
Mark Altrogge is a Pastor at Saving Grace Church in Indiana, Pennsylvania. He blogs regularly at The Blazing Center In his word, God commands us again and again to be […]
Justin Holcomb Justin Holcomb is an Episcopal minister (serving as the Canon for Vocations in the Diocese of Central Florida) and teaches theology at Gordon-Conwell-Theological Seminary and Reformed Theological Seminary. You can read more […]
I have long been an admirer of Clint Archer. “Dr. Clint Archer has been the senior pastor of Hillcrest Baptist Church in Durban, South Africa since 2005. He is a […]
In the eighteenth chapter of Matthew we find the disciples asking Jesus how many times we should forgive someone who offends us. “Should we forgive them seven times?” Jesus replied, […]