Meir Illumination
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What was John Wesley's view of the Lord's Supper?
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I refer you to J.E. Rattenbury's book "The Eucharistic Hymns of John and Charles Wesley". The 1996 reprint includes an introduction by Prof. Don Saliers who discusses John's approach to the eucharist. ...

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When is the first documented case of making a confession to a priest?
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The earliest confessions seem to have taken place in a communal setting, before both whoever was in authority and the wider group simultaneously. The first documented examples are probably the people ...

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What is the biblical basis for dual-covenant theology?
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Since your question focuses on dual covenant theology's biblical basis, I will cite the main points and verses and leave you to research the major proponents' more complex arguments in their writings ...

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When did the Community of Christ (formerly RLDS) adopt the doctrine of the Trinity?
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Paul Edwards, in his book "Our Legacy of Faith: a brief history of the Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints (RLDS)" (Herald Publishing House, 1991) indicates that the transition to ...

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What do non-trinitarians mean when they call Jesus the "Son of God"?
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I agree with previous answers, but I would like to take a look at a different angle of the question. Asking about "non-Trinitarians" is extremely broad, since there are many groups from many ...

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Did Samuel act as a priest on top of being a prophet?
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Yes, Samuel took over as high priest of the Shiloh sanctuary after the previous high priest Eli and his two sons Hophni and Phineas all died on the same day (1 Samuel 4:11-18), even though his father ...

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Why couldn't a person in the OT be both priest and king?
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A king could also be a priest, just not a member of the Aaronic priesthood. As Mawia has already stated, in pre-monarchic Israel and throughout the Levant, both father (as head of the household) and ...

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