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Come to the Table: Revisioning the Lord's Supper Paperback – 1 May 2002

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5.0 out of 5 stars There is so much information that it's kind of like wading through a stream of consciousness type novel 26 Oct. 2016
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It's kind of hard to read. There is so much information that it's kind of like wading through a stream of consciousness type novel. That said there is some GREAT information in this text. Lots of biblical references, which I very much appreciate, and also some very matter of fact historical information that really helps support the theology in a very practical way.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Come to the Table Review 7 Nov. 2012
By Budnews - Published on Amazon.com
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I was raised Catholic, but at the age of 22 joined a traditional church of Christ. Now at 51 (actually at 48 the transformation began) I have to readjust my understanding once again concerning the Lord's Supper. Thanks in large part to John Mark Hicks. I have read at least a dozen books on the subject over the years, but until I read Hicks my education was incomplete. He gives an excellent understanding of O.T. covenant meals and how this carries into the N.C. Lord's Supper. That it is a community covenant meal where the participants reaffirm their covenant faithfullness to God in Christ Jesus and to one another. That is the long and short of it, but due to grossly misunderstanding in particular I Cor 11, we have come to view the Supper as something purely symbolic. I would challange anyone to read this book (who holds the traditional view of the Supper) and not come away with a completely different view of the Supper. Based on Scripture and taking into account the historical social context of Corinth, Hicks explains I Cor 10 & 11 with clarity and precision without being to wordy. Read it and see, you wont be disappointed.
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5.0 out of 5 stars You will learn, you will grow, and God will speak to you. 13 Feb. 2013
By Sean Durbin - Published on Amazon.com
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I know this looks like just another book you'd read in seminary, but it's not. This book has changed the way my entire church network gathers for Communion and Worship. Hicks takes you through the history of the OT and what it means to commune with God. I'll admit I was super against any other way of communion growing up mainstream evangelical here in Chicago suburbs, but this book makes very clear sense and logic in how God wants it to be.

Eye opening. I borrowed this book from a friend, but I've bought one for myself, AND two other friends. Worth owning and reading and sharing!
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5.0 out of 5 stars excellent book 1 April 2015
By Mark L - Published on Amazon.com
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Dr Hicks really makes an impact with this book and makes a strong biblical case for revisioning the "table"--which by doing so also challenges our prospective of what "church" is or maybe should be. Excellent scholarship and a loving call for change .
5.0 out of 5 stars Brought a new perspective to an important sacrament 23 Nov. 2016
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Vending communion with a meal - an idea of never heard nor ever occurred to me. Thoroughly taught in this book.
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