Another Jesus: The Eucharistic Jesus and the New Evangelization
By Roger Oakland
Lighthouse Trails Publishing, 2007, 185 pages
Roman Catholics are taught their priests change bread wafers and wine into the literal body, blood, soul, and divinity of Jesus Christ at every mass. The priests then allegedly offer up their victim as a sacrifice to God the Father for the sins of the attendees and those mentioned. Some of the participants, those allegedly with no stain of mortal sin on their souls, line up to receive a “consecrated” wafer into their mouths so that they can eat Jesus. During the fifteen minutes the host is acted upon by their stomach’s digestive acids, the recipients allegedly receive graces enabling them to avoid committing mortal sins in the future.
In this book, Christian apologist, Roger Oakland, looks at all aspects of the sacrament of the eucharist, the central tenet of the Catholic religion…
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