Bread Assignment

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Bread Assignment

Emelly Mashiane

201040396

Date: 14 October 2013

Mrs. L Schie

Contents

Introduction
Bread is eaten all over the world by almost every culture. It was the most important and essential food many years ago and it is said that More than 12,000 years ago, primitive people made flat breads by mixing flour and water and placing these "cakes" in the sun to bake. Later, bread was baked on heated rocks or in the hot ashes of a fire. For most of the world, bread is the staff of life. Today, bread is probably eaten in more places and in greater amounts than any other food. Both leavened and unleavened breads are popular. Many households consume at least a loaf of bread with each meal. (http://agexted.cas.psu.edu) 1. a)
Roles of bread in Christian Religion
Bread is important to Christian religion because it is regarded as the life of Jesus Christ. The Christians eat bread with wine on their special ceremony which is called Eucharist meaning “ the Lord’s last supper” that Jesus had with his disciples before his arrest where he shared a meal of bread and wine and instructed his disciples to do the same in memory of him . The bread represents the body of Jesus Christ and the wine represents his blood but this has other different meanings in other Christian religion like the Roman Catholic Church, they believe that the bread and wine that is offered is the actual body and blood of Christ and another form of sacrifice. They believe that although the bread and wine physically remain the same, it is transformed beyond human comprehension into the body, blood soul and divinity of Jesus. This is called Transubstantiation and is celebrated in the festival Corpus Christi, which is the festival where they celebrate the Eucharist. For Roman Catholics, the Eucharist is the most important act of worship. All Roman

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