Must We Eat Together?

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An Examination of the Controversy Regarding a "Second Serving" of the Lord's Supper - Written by: Philip E. Chumbley

A controversy facing a number of congregations of the Lord's church is whether it is scriptural to offer a ''second serving'' of the Lord's Supper on Sunday. This book examines the doctrine behind the controversy, namely, that the Lord's Supper must be ''eaten together.''

In doing so, it examines the passages from Acts 20 and 1 Corinthians 11 to expose the numerous fallacies, grammatical errors, and inconsistencies in that doctrine. It looks at the passages in both English and the original Greek and shows how the ''Eat Together'' doctrine is ''read into'' those passages. The book also discusses how the doctrine violates the pattern of New Testament worship, dishonors Christ, and is not practiced by its own advocates.

Chapters Include:

  • Introductions
  • The Argument Defined
  • The Pattern
  • Fallacies
  • Is It Taught in Scripture?
  • Acts 20:7
  • 1 Corinthians 11:17-34
  • Other Arguments
  • Binding Examples
  • Dishonors Christ
  • The Passover
  • The Second Serving
  • Circumventing Their Own Doctrine
  • A Challenge
  • Conclusion

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