Continuity and discontinuity: the Lord's Supper in historical perspective
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While the Reformation brought a transformation in the way the Lord's Supper was celebrated in Scotland, Henry Sefton's paper shows that the change in practice was not at complete as might be thought, and that through the centuries that followed there has been a survival of a number of older traditions.
Sefton, H. (2008). Continuity and discontinuity: the Lord's Supper in historical perspective. Theology in Scotland, 15(2), pp. 53-58.
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