Do Roman Catholic and Reformed Celebrate True Communion?
Clark, David R.
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Transubstantiation and representation are two of the most prevalent misunderstandings of the Bible’s teaching of the Lord’s Supper. Transubstantiation turns the sacrament into a sacrifice on the part of man, while the reformed approach is not really a partaking of the sacrament at all. Clark encourages all pastors to properly instruct members on what the sacrament is, and how to properly receive it, so that these common errors don’t enter into the minds of their own members.