The Feill: the Lord's supper as feast
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From Robert Bruce and Samuel Rutherford onwards, Donald Macleod draws on a wide range of sources to reflect on the profound significance of the Communion Season (Gaelic: Feill, or Feast) in the Scottish Church and in the Highland tradition in particular.
Macleod, D. (2008). The Feill: the Lord's supper as feast. Theology in Scotland, 15(2), pp. 5-19.
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