It's the central sacrament of the church---so why do various denominations view and practice communion so differently? Exploring the major positions on this important question, Armstrong looks at the beliefs of four respected contributors who defend their stands on memorialism (Baptist); spiritual presence (Reformed); consubstantiation (Lutheran); and transubstantiation (Roman Catholic). 208 pages, softcover from Zondervan.
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Date:November 30, 2012
While the book provides us with historical and theological understandings of Holy Communion, the Baptist view in this book is wrong. While many Baptists today hold to memorialism, the early Baptists held the Calvinist view of the spiritual presence as set forth in Scripture. Check out the London Baptist Confession.