Body of Christ


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Body of Christ

n
(Ecclesiastical Terms) the Christian Church
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But we have no sickness, we have no fear, because we carry that blood and that body of Christ, and it preserve us.
Kopelson maintains that the religious practices of Quakers and Irish Catholics--not their race--excluded them from the body of Christ.
It will be a long scientific analysis, but we will finally be able to see the original rock surface on which, according to tradition, the body of Christ was laid.
com will work to draw in believers from many streams of the body of Christ who are praying for God to move in this hour.
Thomas Aquinas and fluidly moves through the Bible, particularly the Gospels and Paul's letters, where the metaphor of the body of Christ is used often.
But, in order to be true, we must also be ready to declare our communion with the body of Christ who sits beside us in the pew, the body of Christ whom we encounter at work, at school, in the marketplace and across the dinner table.
Subtheme 1: The Church as the Historical Body of Christ
Coeliac Catholics have long worried about how to receive the Body of Christ while not upsetting their wheat intolerance - and the answer lies in this dietary wonder bread.
Given Chauvet's methodological approach, a consideration of the paschal Body of Christ as the "starting point" (6) appears only after some preliminary 470 pages.
Nessan, academic dean and professor of contextual theology at Wartburg Theological Seminary at Dubuque, Iowa, undertakes an important study of ecclesiology and ethics to address the religious, social, and political situation both in North America and globally, re-envisioning the body of Christ as "shalom church.
But somebody had put a piece of paper with an inscription beneath the body of Christ, saying: "You are my arms and my feet
Because the Body of Christ is an international community, we are called to be Christians first and members of our tribes or nations second.