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The links with Passover with The last meal are?
-words he spoke over the bread&wine have parallels with the words spoken by the head of the family to explain the significance of the food and drink in the p.meal-thep.meal instructions required the use of red wine and Jesus links this to the blood,
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Significance for Mark?
-Mark wants his readers to make the connection between the last meal and the p.meal-P.meal was a turning point in the J.faith so now Jesus's ministry on Earth was reaching it turning point,he would liberate and restore their relationship with God-
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What is transubstantiation?
Roman Catholic belief that the bread&wine offered in the Eucharist become the actual body and tblood of Jesus
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What is consubstantiation?
Belief that Jesus is really present in the bread and wine but there is no real change in the bread or wine.The Lutheran Church believe this and some members of the COFE
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What are the basic beliefs that all Chrsitian believe about the Eucharist?
-Jesus began this meal at the L.supper-He is present as the Church meets to celebrate and is received by faith-the service is intended to remind Christians of Jesus' death and resurrection-it enables Christians to commune with Jesus and each other
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-Mark wants his readers to make the connection between the last meal and the p.meal-P.meal was a turning point in the J.faith so now Jesus's ministry on Earth was reaching it turning point,he would liberate and restore their relationship with God-

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