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Jesus spoke of giving his body and blood for us to eat and drink, it
scandalized some of his followers. How can a man give his
flesh to eat?
to this day, some Christians find Jesus’ words to be a stumbling
block. Most Protestants apply a merely symbolic meaning to the New
Testament passages that refer to Christ’s body. In their attempts
to make the Eucharist nothing more than a metaphor, we hear an echo
of those Gospel skeptics who found the Lord’s plain meaning just
too incredible to believe.
his new audio set Living
Bread : A
Defense of Christ’s Real Presence in the Eucharist,
Tim Staples provides the definitive answer to all those who doubt
Christ’s real presence in the Eucharist. This four part
presentation breaks down the common objections to the Catholic
doctrine, and builds a powerful case—from Scripture as well as the
teaching and practices of the early Christians—for taking Jesus at
his word when he said:
am the living bread which came down from heaven; if any one eats of
this bread, he will live forever; and the bread which I shall give
for the life of the world is my flesh" (John 6:51).