R.C. Sproul | – Jesus Never Consecrated Peanut Butter and Jelly Sandwiches and Coca-Cola
In this brief clip, R.C. Sproul explains why we don’t celebrate the Lord’s Supper with peanut butter and jelly sandwiches and Coca-Cola.
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This is the response you use when idiots try to "modernize" sacraments etc
Dont mess with the Sproul!
Great, the bottom line is Scripture commands it, any questions?
when He touch the ordinary it becomes extraordinary ! what a statement…
I hope R.C doesn't feel using grape juice is an issue. I suppose all we can do is hope the Lord looks at our hearts and sees the fermentation of grape guice as immaterial, it is the faith that matters.
I watched the lecture on Ligonier and laughed at Coca-cola and peanutbutter and Jelly sandwiches
Yeah, God forbid people have actual food to share and enjoy amongst each other in remembrance of the Lord's Supper. Jesus definitely intended for communion to be a cold, ritualistic performance with a paltry cracker and thimble of wine and some half-hearted prayer recited again and again as if read from a script.
He sounds like an Anglo-Catholic, here.
So if he thinks this about coke and sandwiches, the same must apply to crackers and grape juice…
R.C. Sproul becomes Clint Eastwood.