Joe and Jimmy are back to talk Lord’s Supper, the 1689 Confession. Why Isn’t the “body” and “blood” of Jesus a perpetual sacrifice? Plus, lots of chit chat. What do we expect? These guys miss each other.
Be sure to pick up Richard Barcellos' great book, The Lord’s Supper as a Means of Grace: More Than a Memory.
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