Rev. Dr. Paul Hasselbeck, Rev. Dr. Cher Holton, and Rev. Dr. Bil Holton
Mondays, 10 AM CT
Holy Communion
Tuesday, May 8, 2012
This week we explore a Wednesday evening talk given by Charles Fillmore on February 20, 1924. It is entitled “Holy Communion.” The talk focuses on the traditional view of Holy Communion as well as the Unity view. Quite surprisingly, Fillmore states, "So you can see the Catholic Church is in a measure right.”  He also says, “You take it [the Life of Christ] in on faith, and there is the preparation of your understanding. You understand what substance is and how it works. There is only one substance. Our bodies are all made from one substance, and when we get into that substance we are all members of the body of the Lord Jesus Christ, and the more we think about that the more we come into that and that is the Holy Communion.”
In The Revealing Word, we start over again with the entry on “God.” We explore the first  three paragraphs. The emphasis in this sharing is noticing how the definition of God bounces back and forth from an anthropomorphic God to “God is not person but Principle.”