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-David N. Power, The Catholic Historical Review
"Lee Palmer Wandel offers a very welcome comparative study of Eucharistic practice. Its balanced, cross-denominational approach provides rich new insights into the differing enactments of the central Christian sacrament...this book is very valuable for its impressive scholarship, its innovative and evenhanded comparative approach, its emphasis on the variations of Eucharistic teaching and practice within each of the major churches. It will repay careful reading by all students of religious culture in the Reformation era and its certain to serve as a spur to further comparative study of the Eucharist and other central religious rituals."
-Michael L. Monheit, Renaissance Quarterly
"This book makes an important contribution to Reformation studies and will also be useful to liturgical historians. Sixteenth-century positions are placed in the liturgical and social contexts that embodied them and are often overlooked. As such, it is a welcome addition to the field."
-William McDonald, Tennessee Wesleyan College, Church History