THE SEDER OF PASSOVER AND THE EUCHARISTIC WORDS BY GORDON J. BAHR Orangeburg, South Carolina Several decades have passed since the standard works on the order of the paschal meal were written. The same can be said of the attempts to place the eucharistic words within the framework of that meal. The following study is meant to be an examination of a part of the material in these older works. I have reviewed much of the primary source material on which these earlier works rest; and find that the texts do not always support the reconstructions which were based on them. Therefore, I offer my own reconstruction of the order of the paschal meal and try to place the eucharistic words within that order. I shall not refer to previous reconstructions, since they will be familiar to the reader; to engage in polemics would only take up space. The order of the paschal meal can be determined rather accurately by reconstructing the order of the normal festive meal and then changing and adjusting that order on the basis of the texts which deal specifically with the paschal meal. This is possible because the Jewish meals for special occasions
Novum Testamentum – Brill
Published: Jan 1, 1970
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