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Original source Henry's quote is verbatim from Christoph Pezel's 1590 book Außführliche, warhaffte und bestendige Erzehlung, and he mentions Pezel in a footnote to the paragraph prior to the story. Many sources indicate that the story originates with Pezel. Credibility I found a few historians who weighed in on whether the story was credible or not. Paul ...


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This is a complex issue that cannot be adequately discussed in this forum. The most definitive work on this subject is a book called Biblical Wines by Timothy and Liza Murphy. They covered the subject matter better than anyone I have read. They are linguists in Hebrew, Greek, and Latin, as well as, many modern languages. The book is an actual study that ...


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This comes under Canon B15A. The only essential prerequisite is baptism. Other than that: If you're a member of the C of E, you should be confirmed (or at least want to be confirmed) to take communion. Any baptised person who can take communion in their own church can take communion in the C of E. (Assuming their own church believes in the Trinity.) If ...



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