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Theological scenario: I'm allergic to gluten, that makes it difficult to receive the Eucharist. My aunt says that I'm just not believing hard enough, that if I truly believed, the gluten in the Eucharist would not bother me.
Theological question: If I had more faith, would the gluten in the Eucharist have no effect or still bother me?
I'm eager to hear you opinions.
No it will still harm you, please don't eat ANYTHING you are allergic just because someone says you should be able to if you have faith
The whole rattlesnake venom thing kinda proves that
sorry matt for postin in your group- know I said I would refrain when possible, but I thought this was important, I knew someone who had something similar happen- they were told that if they had enough faith they would be cured of a peanut allergy, it almost killed them
then they were shunned for going to the hospital and for not having enough faith (very strict sect)
so please don't eat anything you are allergic to, its biological not theological.
Don't worry, I believe that the Eucharist is the body of Christ in spirit, but I don't believe that, excuse the phrase, "That Jesus goes through my intestines."
I get a special Eucharist that's okay for me to have. So all's well, Except my aunt kinda still thinks I'm a heathen at the moment, but it doesn't matter much. :) Still, it's a good conversation topic.
Thanks for the caring though.
Seems like someone's on a dislike rampage.
Whay u say dat i only see +
After everyone here voted the comments up...
You don't say!!!
I don't know about you guys, but I'm really impressed with what Pope Francis has been doing. He's sifting dogma from reason, he's emphasized the importance of love and kindness over doctrinal technicalities, and he's trying to be give of good example of what Christian morality should be like. What are your thoughts on him?
Hmmmmn, I am neutral on that matter for the moment, I'm adopting a "Wait and see" approach. But so far he seems well enough. But as usual, the media is twisting the truth to make him seem like something he is not. :L
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