Exploring the Evolution of the Lord's Supper in the New Testament

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Rowman & Littlefield, 1994 - 138 من الصفحات
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Tradition has assumed that the Lord's Supper was "instituted" by Jesus on the night of Holy Thursday as a memorial of his impending death on Good Friday. Recent scholarship tells us, however, that this assumption must be carefully qualified. The way in which Jesus taught the church to celebrate his Supper was actually far more complex. This investigation reveals that the earliest celebrations of the Lord's Supper were memorials of Jesus' Resurrection, not his death. Only later, because of an urgent pastoral problem, did the early church decide to join the memory of Jesus' death to her original celebration of his Resurrection. In the final chapter, Perry answers specific questions raised by the contemporary understanding of the Lord's Supper.

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Sacred Table Fellowship in the Old Testament
Sacred Table Fellowship in the Mission of Jesus
The Special Character of the Last Supper
The Origin of the Resurrection Memorial
The Addition of the Passion Memorial
The Lords Supper in the Synoptic Gospels
The Evolution of the Johannine Eucharist
The Marriage Feast at Cana and the Lords Supper
Remaining Questions
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John Michael Perry is a professor of Religious Studies at Stritch College in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

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