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Taryn Mattice

Just a small point, the last line reads "It is Christ who invites us to meet (him) here."

Steve Shiffrin

Thanks, Taryn. Ill fix it.


More importantly, a protestant cannot be refused communion, since there is no such thing as an intermediary between him and God who has any doctrinal authority whatsoever.

If he is to be refused communion, it must be by act of God, not by someone posing as a person having a special link to God.

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