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New Google technology offers up-close look Da Vinci’s The Last Supper

Leonardo Da Vinci's "The Last Supper," the iconic painting showing Jesus Christ surrounded by his disciples before His crucifixion.ReutersNew technology from Google is making it possible for people to enjoy an up-close look at The Last Supper from the comfort of their armchair. The Leonardo Da Vinci masterpiece is housed in the Convent of Santa Maria... Read more

Can Baptism and the Lords Supper Go Online?

Can baptism and the Lords Supper go online? For the next who-knows-how-long, churches in many parts of the world will be unable to gather. So pastors like me are lovingly scrambling for solutions. Theres no playbook for this. When the church cant gather physically, what can we do to encourage and nourish Gods people? Most... Read more

Ask Me Anything (Logos, Posting Pictures of Children, Lord’s Supper, Submitting to Government) – Tim Challies

I receive lots of feedback from readers of this site, and now and again attempt to answer some of the questions that come my way. Heres a new batch that offers brief answers to questions on Logos, posting pictures of children to social media, the Great Sermon Series of videos, celebrating the Lord’s Supper online,... Read more

Podcast: Are We Undervaluing the Lords Supper? (Tim Chester)

[ad_1] This text is a part of the The Crossway Podcast sequence. The Significance of the Bread and Wine On this episode of The Crossway Podcast, Tim Chester, writer of Fact We Can Contact How Baptism and Communion Form Our Lives, discusses the Lord's Supper, explaining why he thinks many evangelical church buildings undervalue communion,... Read more