This week we launch a new format for Conversations From The Porch!  Bro RC Dozier and Bro Paul A. Kaiser bring you “Ramblings From The Porch!”

Unscripted, unedited, and unchained. We just gonna chop it up and discuss whatever comes to mind be it philosophy, apologetics, Facebook, you name it we’re gonna cover it, from a New Covenant Theology perspective no doubt!

Join us in our first episode as we graciously respond to an objection to one of our latest CFTP Episodes: The Lord’s Supper as a Full Meal.  Bro Andrew Rappaport from SFE Ministries graciously takes us to task regarding “Real” Wine and asks the question ‘What about the unleavened bread?” in his first episode of The Rap (Rapture) Report.

Hope you enjoy!


1 Comment
  1. Andrew Rappaport 5 years ago

    I would agree with this video. I did not hear in the podcast that the bread was unleavened bread. That is, therefore, a consistent practice at Paul’s church. My point was both elements needs to be consistent. My point was not a strawman but an application that as some churches do when they have real wine but leavened bread.

    The alcohol was different than today. However, they like today have hard liquor that would take less to get drunk but one can get drunk on the wine of that day it just would take more. People today can get drunk on mouthwash or cough medicine but it take much more to do that.

    I do like the full meal.

    I was in the church where they had real wine and some the men (including the pastors) took a full glass (which is really two glasses of wine) and gulped it down. i think that could cause someone to stumble if not during the Lord’s Supper but to allow some to think then drunkness is fine

    But i think you guys are going to need to explain why you call me Andrew Rapturport one of these days. lol

    also Ryan needs to get out of the dark and enter the light for his videos.

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