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Eucharistic Theology

This course represents the heart and soul, indeed the central meaning and understanding not only of Christian Worship, but the central symbolic meaning of Christian living itself.  It seeks to present the significance of the central deviations of Jesus at the last supper.  For these actions, where Jesus took, blessed, broke, and gave, represent, in summary, the ideal of the life of a Christian.  Accordingly, this course will study, in-depth, the significance of the breaking of the Bread, the pouring out of the wine and the washing of the disciples’ feet at this final meal before Jesus’ passion and death.  This course will ask:  how do these actions represent a meaning and a purpose for authentic Christian living today?

Credit Hours
WRIT 1311 THEO 1310
School of Arts and Sciences