By John D. Zizioulas, Luke Ben Tallon
A set of writings at the Eucharist by means of some of the most vital theological thinkers of our time. >
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1:3): it is almost certain that we have here the beginning of a ritual prayer that is almost surely a eucharistic prayer. In this case it is interesting to see the extent to which the eucharistic worship in the apostolic Church was deeply imbued with the idea that in Christ not only do the members of the Church have ‘redemption through his blood’ but all creation is recapitulated (Eph. 1:7-10). This universal recapitulation in Christ makes possible a new understanding of the ‘body of Christ’. For Christ is not only ‘the firstborn among a large family’ (Rom.
Excommunication was precisely the instrument by which the Church, guided by concern for the eternal salvation of its members, took responsibility for preventing the eternal condemnation of one member by denying him or her access to communion. ‘[W]hen we are judged 46 Cf. Ignatius, Magn. 1; Trall. 1; and Phld. 1 in relation with Didascalia 11 (ed. H. Connolly, 1929, pp. 109–115). 47 Justin, Apol. I, 65 and 67. 48 Again, we must understand ‘the body of Christ’ not only objectively but also ecclesiologically — designating the Church.
3:1-13). In the same vein it also should be noted that very early in the liturgical tradition there developed a close relation between the number seven and the ordination of deacons and bishops. 31 Justin, Apol. I, 65. 32 The terms plèthos and laos are interchangeable in the earliest documents (even in specifically ecclesiological reference, for example in Ignatius, Smyrn. 8), which is ever instructive for understanding the term ‘multitude’ as we use it here. 20 the euch a ristic com munion an d the wor ld 3.