The Eucharistic Symbols of the Presence of the Lord

Philosophy and Theology 1 (3):225-241 (1987)
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Abstract

The forms of bread and wine can be understood to be amogs a series of symbols representing the presence of the Lord. The object of the celebration is this presence, not the symbols. This can be observed in the history of the Christian tradition

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