The Lord's Supper
Foreword by Douglas Kelly. A Careful examination of the means and practice of the Lord's supper. Malcolm Maclean seeks to encourage us to focus on the Lord Jesus who is the head as we celebrate the Lord's supper.^^^^ ^"Few things...
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Foreword by Douglas Kelly. A Careful examination of the means and practice of the Lord's supper. Malcolm Maclean seeks to encourage us to focus on the Lord Jesus who is the head as we celebrate the Lord's supper.^^^^
^"Few things are more precious in the ordinary life and experience of the church than the sacramental meal instituted by Christ. Yet few things are more poorly understood and appreciated by his people. Round the Lord's Table we not only meet with Christ and hear his voice which is true on every occasion his people gather in his name but we also commune with him. In the language of the Book of Common Prayer: here his people 'feed upon him by faith in their hearts with thanksgiving.' Malcolm Maclean has done the church of the 21st Century an enormous service by providing a resource that opens up the meaning of the Supper so helpfully. He not only unpacks its significance as he explores its theology, but by looking at the past he also makes us think again about the practicalities of how it should be celebrated. All who long to benefit more fully from the Lord's Supper will do well to read these pages."
^^Mark Johnston, Grove Chapel, London
Malcolm Maclean is a minister on the island of Scalpay, Scotland. He has degrees from the Highland Theological College and the Free Church College and is the editorial manager of the Mentor imprint of Christian Focus Publications.
Dr. Malcolm Maclean is from Inverness, the capital of the Highlands in Scotland. Currently he is the pastor of Scalpay Free Church of Scotland in the Outer Hebrides. Before he entered the ministry, he was Managing Editor of Christian Focus Publications. He has degrees from Highland Theological Seminary (in Dingwall, Scotland) and Reformed Theological Seminary (Jackson, Mississippi, USA). His interests are Scottish theology and Scottish Church History