The Lord’s Supper: A Memory and More
If you keep doing something often enough and long enough, it will change you. Take, for example, the Lord’s Supper. If you practice the Lord’s Supper in a meaningful way, week after week, it will change you for the better by helping you grow closer to God. However, if you treat it as a ritual largely devoid of meaning it can damage you by causing your faith to become a meaningless ritual.
In this 14-page resource, eight writers look at the power, purpose, and promise of the Lord’s Supper (Communion)—past, present, and future.
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- Explores eight ways to experience the meaning of the meal
- Discusses multiple aspects of the Lord’s Supper
- Examines historical sources as guides for the practice of communion
- We Are What We Repeat
- The Lord’s Supper: Unpretty and Unavoidable
- The Power of Memory, the Power of Presence
- The Lodge and the Lord’s Supper
- Do What? Bounded Freedom at the Table
- The Great Ordinance of Unity and Love
- Communion: Weekly or Weakly?
- All Swallowed Up, Row After Row
- Jim Tune
- Paul Blowers
- Mark A. Taylor
- Robert F. Hull Jr.
- Victor Knowles
- Tom Lawson
- Paul S. Williams
- Title: The Lord’s Supper: A Memory and More
- Publisher: Standard
- Publication Date: 2007
- Pages: 14