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accepted Why do some denominations wash feet before taking communion?
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accepted Why do some churches eat leavened bread and wine for the Lord's Supper?
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comment Before the fall of Adam, did anything die?
As I understand it, in the mind of the Hebrews plants were not living creatures as we and animals are. (I forgot the reference to this statement, sorry.)
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comment Why do some denominations wash feet before taking communion?
I understand your point. Jesus did say, "Ye call me Master and Lord: and ye say well; for so I am. If I then, your Lord and Master, have washed your feet; ye also ought to wash one another's feet. For I have given you an example, that ye should do as I have done to you. Verily, verily, I say unto you, The servant is not greater than his lord; neither he that is sent greater than he that sent him." (John 13:13-16 KJV) The command is given with the understanding that humility is to characterise our leadership and interactions with others in addition to love.
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comment Why do some denominations wash feet before taking communion?
@DJClayworth - I know that the Seventh-Day Adventist Church performs foot-washing as part of communion according to the example set by Christ in John 13. I know of no other denomination that does this though.
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comment Why do some churches eat leavened bread and wine for the Lord's Supper?
@DavidStratton - I asked this question to clear up any misunderstanding I might have. I was under the impression that most denominations use leavened bread and wine when partaking of this ordinance. I know that the Catholics, New Apostolics, Anglicans, and Seventh-Day Adventists do not eat leavened bread. And the latter also drink grape juice as far as I know. Unfortunately, I do not have list of denominations that use leavened bread. The only church I know of for sure is the Dutch Reformed Church.
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asked Why do some churches eat leavened bread and wine for the Lord's Supper?
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asked Why do some denominations wash feet before taking communion?
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answered Does believing in Jesus Christ save me, or do I have to do something more?
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answered Why does Judaism celebrate Sabbath on Saturday and most Christians celebrate Sabbath on Sunday?
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comment How should Reformed Christians deal with homosexual marriage of individuals prior to their conversion to Christianity?
I agree and would like to add that the homosexual couple cannot be baptized members of the church unless they stop living in sin (Isaiah 1:16-17a). They have to accept that their union is not ordained by God and surrender to His will.
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accepted Is it true that early Christians were baptised naked?
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comment Is it true that early Christians were baptised naked?
Thank you for providing the link to to the document and for your answer, aceinthehole.
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comment Is it true that early Christians were baptised naked?
Thank you for the resources, Affable Geek.
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comment Is it true that early Christians were baptised naked?
Thank you, MaskedPlant.