March 1, 2007 - 10:40:00 PM Introduction...

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22/03/2007 00:40:00 Introduction:  Communion (eucharist) and memory Sermons took up the most amount of literature Communioin at the village lever o Sometimes failed at purpose to attend the ritual of holy communion o When people were in conflict with local authorities Important aspect of 1 Cor. 11:27-30:  interpreted communion as  a poison ritual He that eateth and drinketh unworthily, eateth and  drinketh damnation to himself For this many reason, many of your are sick and have  died  When they have an agitated heart, (envy, hatred, enmity)  you shouldn’t go The church requires that you go There are consequences as an individual, if you don’t go, there is  consequences on the village Rural folk testified that their emotions were no tied to memory Objective conditions change the way your memory and emotions work
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