5 comments on “Book Review: Richard Barcellos’ “The Lord’s Supper as a Means of Grace: More than a Memory”

  1. Pingback: Book Review: Richard Barcellos’ “The Lord’s Supper as a Means of Grace: More than a Memory” [Patrick McWilliams] | The Confessing Baptist

  2. No doubt many Baptists will blanch or balk at this (berate it, even!), but I hope to get [to] it this year, d.v.

    So glad Barcellos has read it. Can’t wait for HIS review! 😉

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  3. Rich & Patrick, Does the book define and argue for the concept of “means of grace”?

    I know enough evangelicals and Baptists for whom the very notion is suspect -if not anathema- thanks to Romish/ Anglo-Catholic/ Lutheran/ etc. perversions of it.

    Your saying that “Only a Memory” (Smithereens) is NOT the communion theme song?

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