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168) Leavened Bread & alcoholic wine in the eucharist


Though Orthodoxy cherry picks things from the old testament to incorporate into their syncretic religion, they have over the centuries been very anti-Semitic as have the Catholics. I feel this is the reason they have ignored the fact that the passover was not leavened, that is the bread was unleavened and there is a possibility the wine had no leaven either. If you are to be anachronistic and insist the entire Faith revolves around things like the clothes fashions at that time, and the calendar etc, and also say you keep Jesus sayings from the communion literally, they why change the elements into leavened bread? This is a topic of some depth and controversy, My point is I feel they may perhaps have felt they should change the bread to a leavened loaf as an anti Semitic reaction?

178) Leavened Bread & alcoholic wine in the eucharist - the evidence of scripture would suggest the wine and bread were both unleavened. ( the mass ) 


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