Covenantal Consumption (via Blind Squirrel Farm)

We believe that in exactly the same way that baptism places us in Christ, the Supper lets us partake of his body and blood. God is not asking us to be cannibals. He is not instructing us to eat the actual muscle and drink the actual blood of an actual human. Just as baptism does not physically kill the recipient, but places them, covenantally and by way of a sacramental ceremony, into Christ’s death, the Lord’s Supper is not the consumption of th … Read More

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