November 1, 2023

The Reformed View of the Lord’s Supper

The Reformed View of the Lord’s Supper

Welcome to the concluding episode of a five-part series by Pastor Dale Partridge on the sacraments. In this final installment, we dive into the true meaning of the Lord’s Supper, seeking to define, comprehend, and align our practice with scriptural principles. We address three pivotal questions: Who should partake in the Lord’s Supper? How should it be consumed? What is occurring when the Lord’s Supper is consumed? We also explore the four commonly held views in the church: transubstantiation (the Roman Catholic perspective), consubstantiation (attributed to Martin Luther), the reformed view (as articulated by John Calvin and the Westminster Confession), and the memorial view (in line with Ulrich Zwingli’s perspective, somewhat affiliated with the reformed tradition).

Join us as we delve into these topics and seek to discover the instructed and meaningful way to experience the Lord’s presence through the senses of taste, touch, and smell, as prescribed by God.

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