Radical Reformers: The Story of the Baptists, Part III: The Lord's Supper
In this final talk, we focus on the Anabaptist's view of the Holy Eucharist as a purely symbolic meal of remembrance and recommitment. At the time, their view was utterly new and radical. Now it's the most common conception held by evangelical Protestants everywhere. In fact, most modern Evangelicals have little conception that any other doctrine of the Eucharist has ever been believed -- their own view seems to them so self-evidently Biblical. But is it?