In this classic work of Christian theology, Adam Clarke provides a detailed examination of the biblical and historical basis for the Eucharist, or communion, as it is practiced in the Christian church. Clarke addresses questions such as the meaning of the Eucharistic elements, the role of the priest in administering the sacrament, and the importance of the Eucharist in Christian life.
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