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Why has the Sacramental Practice of Holy Communion Stop for the Evangelicals?
Religion and Theology
Pages 8 (2008 words)
The Holy Communion, also known as the Eucharist or the Sacrament of the Altar can be defined as a practice that is upheld by the Christian community in a bid to remember the sacrifice that the Son of God, Jesus Christ made for humanity.
The act consists of taking a sip of wine and a piece of bread (also known as the Eucharist) in remembrance of the last supper where Jesus and his disciples did the same act before he was arrested by the Romans. The holy communion has been a popular practice among churches for many decades, but as time has worn on, it is found that the evangelical church has began to uphold this practice fewer times in an year than was previously the case.2 It is now found that the staunch denominations may practice it once a week which is considered to be plenty, but in comparison to past tradition demonstrates a dramatic decrease in the amount of times that the Holy Communion is now taken. Churches need to recognize this problem and act upon it so that congregations can once again go back to taking the Holy Communion on a regular basis as possible. ...
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