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Hicks makes the good point that while the cross is the ground for the Lord's Supper, it is the Resurrection that is the focal celebration.
This book was much worth the read and if you are interesting in learning more about the Lord's table, maybe even 'revisioning' it, then this book will get you started.
I would challange anyone to read this book (who holds the traditional view of the Supper) and not come away with a completely different view of the Supper.
Dr Hicks really makes an impact with this book and makes a strong biblical case for revisioning the "table"--which by doing so also challenges our prospective of what "church" is... Read morePublished 27 days ago by Mark Leech
Excellent book, very informative on Theology and the History of the Church, defintely worth the purchase, handy to have as a study guide with the Bible.Published 14 months ago by George
In depth study. Be ready to put in some effort. Well worth it if you are a student of worship!Published 22 months ago by doug white
I know this looks like just another book you'd read in seminary, but it's not. This book has changed the way my entire church network gathers for Communion and Worship. Read morePublished on February 13, 2013 by Sean Durbin
I was raised Catholic, but at the age of 22 joined a traditional church of Christ. Now at 51 (actually at 48 the transformation began) I have to readjust my understanding once... Read morePublished on November 7, 2012 by Budnews
Great book for anyone who has ever questioned why and how we take the Lord's supper and the significance of both.Published on August 16, 2012 by ksawthehills
This indepth study on the Lord's Supper has given me a deeper understanding and love for the covenant meal that Christ has provided for the church. Read morePublished on October 12, 2009 by A Shepherdess Speaks
The strengths of this book are its breadth, readability and pragmatic approach. Hicks looks at the Lord's Supper through several major lenses--biblical, theological, historical,... Read morePublished on July 29, 2008 by J. Harrison