A Theology of Eucharist

Jesus calls his followers to abide in Him and experience freedom through His life. The Church has been given the gift of partaking in the Eucharist to root itself in this reality.

Dr. McKnight explains how remembering in the context of Eucharist is more than mentally recalling an event, but it is an invitation to live faithfully according to God’s covenant. Jesus rooted the first Eucharist meal in the context of Passover and when the Church partakes in Eucharist today God is still growing roots of liberation into the lives of Believers.

Book Recommendation on the Church calendar: Ancient Future Time by Robert Webber.

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