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And He Took the Cup by Daniel H. Coe
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"And He Took the Cup"

by Daniel H. Coe

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While I agree with the author that the number of cups used in the Lord's Supper is a liberty, the book is ultimately quite disappointing in the tenor of the arguments, the attitudes expressed regarding those with whom the author disagrees, and the unfounded condemnation of people who disagree with him on a matter of liberty.

Doctrines can be discussed and disputed without ascribing evil motives to those who believe differently from us, and to believe that the lack of use of many cups in the Lord's Supper condemns is quite a stretch.

The work is ultimately disappointing and unsatisfying. ( )
  deusvitae | Aug 14, 2008 |
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