Andrew ✝️

Andrew ✝️

@philosophus90

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surge Domine et dissipentur inimici tui et fugiant qui oderunt te a facie tua. follows, and RT's are not necessarily endorsements.

Joined on January 20, 2017
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Say hi to Rafael everyone. https://t.co/yDifhbgEUS

Say hi to Rafael everyone. https://t.co/yDifhbgEUS

When we pray, God expects that we also be mindful of those who do not think as we do, those who have slammed the door in our face, those whom we find it hard to forgive. Only prayer unlocks chains, only prayer paves the way to unity.

@THEHermanCain So frightening and powerful is the #MAGA cult that even if Donald Trump literally kills you, his followers will still support him from the grave. Totally creepy. Let Herman Cain rest in peace and retire his Twitter account. https://t.co/K9Bt0jTKQf

Wtf? Legit just had all my notifications disappear... https://t.co/D0qjuEIrV3

Wtf? Legit just had all my notifications disappear... https://t.co/D0qjuEIrV3

Quoted @CapturingChrist

I have good news for Dr. White, he's wrong on this one. https://t.co/Wq5AmztDed

I too have good news for Dr. White, he’s wrong about A LOT https://t.co/dug58rW9hd

Quoted @iChanticleer

The Jews didn't see these rituals as just having a commemorative meaning. Also the new testament tells Christians not to participate in circumcision--one of the most significant rituals of the Israelites. https://t.co/Ju9oXifs56

Gonna leave this here as well (shameless self promo) https://t.co/nsc9FmiEpA https://t.co/hrD794CNQn

Unlike the anemnesis in the old covenant, the one of the New through Christ’s blood is made efficacious.

As He does with everything Christ elevates this Anamnesis, or remembrance. His sacrifice on the cross saves us, and his priestly sacrifice is perpetuated through history, being re-presented every time the liturgy is celebrated.

If we look at the Septuagint we see that it is used in reference to liturgical memorials (Lev 24:7; Num 10:10) the other NT use is to reference the animal sacrifices of the old covenant, and how they were a reminder, yet unable to cleanse Israel’s sin. (Heb 10:3)

The word used here is Anamnesis which means a recollection, or memorial. Three of its four uses in the NT are in reference to the last supper.

Quoted @FlipperTGibbit

@philosophus90 @iChanticleer I explained to someone else it was very Jewish to have a remembrance of what God did for His people. It is seen often in the OT. So that future generations could ask about it. That's why Jesus says "do this in remembrance." That's why protestants take communion as a time of

A quick look at Luke 22:19 specifically “do this in remembrance of me” https://t.co/w7BCt1kM67

Quoted @philosophus90

This gift of His glorified humanity in the Eucharist is inseperable from the sacrifice of the cross. (Mk 14:24) for they are not two separate, but one single sacrifice in which Christ is not priest, and victim. (Heb 10:10)

Supplementum II: correction the text in this should read “where Christ is BOTH priest, and victim” not “where Christ is not priest, and victim.” https://t.co/D0n0xAN0eA https://t.co/1MTGWITIY9

Let's play a game, name all the Sedes groups CMRI, in bed with the Aryan Brotherhood OurLadyisGod, believe Mary is God Mary Little Remnants who believe the Church is vacant since 1130 Palmarians, believe Mary is in the Eucharist MHFM, deny the theology of counter reformers

Supplementum II: a further note on Christ’s words in Mk 14:22 to render the verb “estin” (is) symbolically (signifies, means) is not only inconsistent with the immediate context, however it is inconsistent with the greater context of the gospel narratives, and 1 Cor 11:24

Supplementum: the foreshadowing of the apostles priestly role seen in Mk 6:41 is also shown in Matthews account of the feeding of the five thousand (14:19) and the feeding of the four thousand (15:36)

This gift of His glorified humanity in the Eucharist is inseperable from the sacrifice of the cross. (Mk 14:24) for they are not two separate, but one single sacrifice in which Christ is not priest, and victim. (Heb 10:10)

Returning to Mk 14:22 specifically the phrase “this is my body” Here we see Jesus identifying the Passover bread with His own flesh (this is important in our discussion on John 6 in the other threads, for quick reference see Jn 6:51) https://t.co/es7YFYtOF3

Returning to Mk 14:22 specifically the phrase “this is my body” Here we see Jesus identifying the Passover bread with His own flesh (this is important in our discussion on John 6 in the other threads, for quick reference see Jn 6:51) https://t.co/es7YFYtOF3

6:41 further emphasizes this prefiguring in that Christ doesn’t give the bread directly, he gives it to his disciples to distribute; foreshadowing their role as priests in the New Covenant that is confirmed at the Last Supper.

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