Podcast: Is the Eucharist Merely Symbolic?

Author and Theologian Brendan Roberts discusses whether we are merely to take the Eucharist and Christ's words as symbolic.
by Brendan Roberts | Source: GodFact.com
Brendan uses stunning references given to us by the Church Fathers (early Theologians and teachers of the faith) to the Eucharist as well as illustrating key scriptural references to answer whether we should treat the Eucharist as merely symbolic and why.


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Published by: Rosalia
Date: 2010-04-28 12:43:05
@Olga, actually the Eucharist is the body, blood, soul, and divinity of our Lord Jesus Christ, independent if one believes it or not. Just as God exists independent if one believes in Him or not. God bless!

Published by: olga
Date: 2010-04-27 23:11:00
hi! BASING FROM MY PERSONAL EXPERINCE,THE EUCHARIST IS A SYMBOL OF GOD'S PRESENCE IN A CHRISTIAN WHO BELIEVES THAT GOD EXIST.BUT WHEN THAT CHRISTIAN EXPERIENCE A LIFE ALTERING HEALING BROUGHT ABOUT BY THE EUCHARIST,THE HOLY EUCHARIST BECOMES A CONCRETE EXPERIENCE OF GOD'S GRACE AND PRESENCE IN HIS/HER LIFE-THAT GOD IS AN EVER PRESENT AND EVERKNOWING GOD.

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