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With all the other ways we can remember the Lord's death today, is the Holy Communion really that important, and even necessary for salvation?
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Romans 10:9 says that "if you confess with your mouth the Lord Jesus and believe in your heart that God has raised Him from the dead, you will be saved." Baptism, footwashing, and Holy Communion are not mentioned; why are they necessary for salvation?
Why do we have to repent before we can receive salvation?
Can we experience the Holy Spirit?
How can we be sure that the seventh day today is the original seventh day God set aside in the beginning? What if we've lost track of time?
Don't good works show that a person is already saved? If sacraments are required for salvation, then how do you explain the good works of Christians who have never received the sacraments?
Didn't the disciples in Troas worship and have Holy Communion with Paul on the first day of the week (Acts 20:7)?
Are we saved by these two dimensions of grace (as mentioned in "What are the two dimensions of salvation?")?
Aren't we saved the moment we believe and confess Christ (Romans 10:9-10; Ephesians 1:13)? Sacraments are only symbolic of the salvation we have already received. They do not have any saving effect.
Besides faith, what else does the Bible say we need to receive a complete salvation?
Why doesn't your church allow non-members to participate in the Holy Communion?
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