Robert Letham (pronounced Leth-Um) is a Presbyterian pastor and professor of Systematic Theology at the Wales Evangelical School of Theology. He has also taught at RTS in Baltimore. His book on the Trinity (The Holy Trinity) is one of my favorites, as is his smaller booklet on the Lord’s Supper.
Our next audio addition is from chapter four of his work on the Lord’s Supper. It is entitled, “The Lord’s Supper in Practice”. In this chapter, Letham addresses issues such as:
Should the Church use one loaf or a plate of broken bread pieces?
Leavened or unleavened bread?
Should the Church use wine?
A single cup of wine or many small plastic glasses of wine?
How frequently should we celebrate the Lord’s Supper?
Who can administer the Lord’s Supper?
I will post the project as I progress. It’s a short chapter, so I anticipate it will be completed shortly.
— update 12/15/14 —
This project has been completed and can be found in its entirety on the Letham page.