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by Eugene Laverdiere

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Eugene Laverdiere
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In his 1994 book, A Feast of Meanings: Eucharistic Theologies from Jesus through . the banquet that was to come in the Kingdom of God.

In his 1994 book, A Feast of Meanings: Eucharistic Theologies from Jesus through Johannine Circles, Bruce Chilton wrote that Paul "indeed 'received from the Lord' (1 Corinthians 11:23), through Cephas (Galatians 1:18), what he 'handed over' (1 Corinthians 11:23) to his hearers. He received (paralambano) the tradition of Eucharist in the early 40s while in the community at Antioch. He handed it on (paradidomi) to the Corinthians in the year 51 when first proclaiming the gospel to them.

Dining in the Kingdom of God: The Origins of Eucharist according to Luke. I highly recommend any of Eugene's books they are solidly gounded in the original Greek text and explain meanings and situations from that Greek text. This man is brillant! I treasure this book and those mentioned above.

Father LaVerdiere illustrates how the origins of the Eucharist coincide with the origins of the Church

Father LaVerdiere illustrates how the origins of the Eucharist coincide with the origins of the Church. The development of the Eucharist reflects the development of the ealy Church, as well as its creative theological and pastoral reflection. He also looks beyond the New Testament and explores theongoing development of Eucharistic theology and practice up to the mid-second century, ending with Justin Martyr, the first to describe the Eucharist to people who had no personal experience of it. Father LaVerdiere focuses on the Eucharist in relation to ecclesiology, Christology, and liturgy.

Kingdom of God : The Origins of the Eucharist According to Luke I read part of this book at a silent Jesuit vocational retreat in Grand Coteau, LA.

Dining in the Kingdom of God : The Origins of the Eucharist According to Luke. by Eugene LaVerdiere. La Verdiere sees the origins of the Eucharist in Luke's Gospel not only in overtly Eucharistic texts such as the multiplication of the loaves, the Last Supper, and Emmaus, but also at smaller meals such as his meal with Levi, his encounter with Zaccheus, Martha and Mary, and his famous (or infamous if you are the host) dinners with Pharisees. I read part of this book at a silent Jesuit vocational retreat in Grand Coteau, LA.

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Eugene LaVerdiere, SSS, PhD, is adjunct professor of New Testament studies at the Catholic Theological Union and .

Author Bio. ▼▲. Eugene LaVerdiere, SSS, is a distinguished lecturer at Fordham University in New York and an adjunct professor at the Catholic Theological Union.

Celebrating the Eucharist is more than recalling Jesus words over the bread and the cup at the Last Supper. The Eucharist is a Gospel event--its origins span the entire Gospel, and its meaning for the Church is as many-sided as the Gospel. This book makes the connections between the Eucharist, the stories of the Gospel, and the worshipping assembly. It is about the gathering of the Church to celebrate in memory of Christ and to identify and work with the issues of the Gospel that lead to the kingdom of God. You will return many times to partake of the full fare offered here. The endnotes will help you delve further into Luke's Gospel and the liturgical dimensions of this study. Don't miss the continuation of this discussion in The Breaking of the Bread.Father LaVerdiere is a senior editor of Emmanuel magazine and a professor of New Testament at Mundelein Seminary and the Catholic Theological Union in Chicago. He holds a doctorate in New Testament and Early Christian Literature and is the author of 'Luke' (New Testament #5), 'When We Pray', 'The New Testament in the Life of the Church', and 'The Eucharist in the New Testament'. Published by Liturgy Training Publications.
  • Dining in the Kingdom of God vastly expands the traditional understanding of the Eucharist. And it enables the persuaded reader to understand Christianity as a whole through that understanding. Eugene Laverdiere's style is scholarly. There are frequent numerical citations of chapters and verses as well as repetition in short form to reinforce the progression of his building of meaning. This is a seminal work worthy of a serious read. Such amply rewards.

  • Still reading the book, but the style and quality of information presented, so far, are very good.

  • I recommend this book to everyone who would like to deepen their appreciation and love for the Eucharist. EXCELLENT!

  • Superb treatment of "Ten meals with Jesus in Luke". Excellent presentation of the literary structure of Luke's gospel. Very original and compelling contribution to Lukan theology overall and especially Luke's contribution to understanding and living the Eucharist. A gem. Highest possible recommendation.

  • After reading J.M. Hicks "Come to the Table" a friend of mine suggested this book, and I have not been disappointed.

  • Heavy reading, but excellent...and great subject!!!!

  • Loaded with insight.

  • Eugene Le Verdiere is a biblical scholar and popular speaker who respects the intelligence of his readers and audience and gives them a great material that is both sustentative and practical. I base this not only on his writings, but also from workshops he has given to religious educators. His book DINING IN THE KINGDOM OF GOD combines scholarly research but presents it in a way that is non-threatening. He assumes the reader has more than a passing knowledge of scripture and is looking for a practical way to understand the Eucharist in Luke's Gospel. La Verdiere divides the book into four major sections: Jesus' early ministry, his journey to Jerusalem, the Last Supper, and his resurrection appearances. La Verdiere sees the origins of the Eucharist in Luke's Gospel not only in overtly Eucharistic texts such as the multiplication of the loaves, the Last Supper, and Emmaus, but also at smaller meals such as his meal with Levi, his encounter with Zaccheus, Martha and Mary, and his famous (or infamous if you are the host) dinners with Pharisees. La Verdiere's treatment of these events shows that Luke's Gospel is truly the Eucharistic Gospel and challenges the way that readers approach the Eucharist and live as Eucharistic people. The book will more than likely appeal to Catholic audiences, but is biblical in nature as opposed to sacramental. The book is written in an easy to read style. It also contains maps to help give the reader as sense of place and tables that summarize information. While the book does not have a scripture index, there are ample footnotes that can help a reader do further research.