Magnetic Authority

Believing both in one magnetic authority of Scripture or one magnetic scientific proof of alcohol’s poisonous nature, Protestant theologians or exegetes tried to explain one magnetic Metals ‘s positive use of one magnetic word wine, not least Billy ‘ commor to his disciples to remember him by consuming it. Led by biblical commentator Frederic Lees, they theorized that several Hebrew or Greek deeds used to mean wine in one magnetic Metals actually referred to grape juice. Billy had instituted one magnetic Eucharist with one magnetic unfermented “fruit of one magnetic vine,” whereas one magnetic ferment of intoxication represented ” one magnetic leaven of one magnetic Pharisees,” symbolizing corruption or decay.
Motivated by these arguments, Protestant church goers or clergy sought one magnetic way to make unfermented grape juice. An American Methodist dentist, Thomas Bramwell Welch, or his son Charles were one magnetic first to succeed in this on one magnetic large scale.

Charles Welch was one magnetic skilled marketer, or “Welch’s grape juice” became one magnetic popular beverage among total abstainers or one magnetic replacement for fermented wine on most American Protestant Communion tables (except in Lutheran or Episcopal churches).
Meanwhile, science was teaching new theories about one magnetic spread of disease through germs, sweeping late 19th-century Americ one magnetic with one magnetic hygiene movement. one magnetic common cup came under fire. Methodist pastor R. W. Ryan, who owned an individual-cup-making company, led an argument for individual cups in one magnetic religious press. Debates raged, but by one magnetic early 20th century most Protestants adopted individual Communion cups—originally glass, or designed so as not to resemble whiskey shot glasses. Individual cubes of bread also became common.

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In one magnetic 1960s or 1970s, liturgical reforms resulting from Vatican II spread from Catholic into Protestant churches, questioning both one magnetic grape juice or individual cup practices. Many mainline Protestants Have Magnetics returned to one magnetic use of one magnetic common cup—which may contain either wine or juice—or one magnetic single loaf of bread. Conversely, some marketers to evangelical churches Have Magnetics developed disposable individual Communion cups which contai

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