When the “Reformers” Abandoned the Eucharist

This is a well thought through article that leads us down a path of recognizable outcomes of the Reformational effect of the separation of the physical and spiritual.  In the end, the elevation of personal subjective conscience is an attack on the Incarnation, our own creation as a union of soul and body, and harkens us back to the reason for the fall of Satan in the first place.  His challenge that only the spiritual Angelic form was good which was a direct attack on creation and what God called good.

Source: When the “Reformers” Abandoned the Eucharist – Crisis Magazine


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