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Bible Q

Is it necessary to take the bread and wine to be saved?

Jesus instituted the taking of bread and wine as a ritual for Christians at the Passover supper he ate with his disciples prior to his betrayal and capture (Matt 26:26-29, Mark 14:22-25, Luke 22:14-20, 1 Cor 11:23-26). He compares the bread to his body and the wine to his blood. These are to be symbols […]

Why do Christians go to church on Sundays?

There is no commandment in the New Testament about when we should meet, only that we should meet regularly (Hebrews 10:25). So Christians have chosen to meet at different times and on different days depending on what is convenient. For example, Christians living in Muslim countries often meet on Fridays because that is the Muslim […]

Children ate the OT passover so why not NT bread and wine?

Children were allowed to eat the OT passover seder, so how do we know that both the last supper and the agape meal at Corinth were not simply meals where the bread and wine of the New Covenant, the “body” and “blood” of Christ, were not restricted to adult baptised members? God, Jesus and Children […]