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  1. Tim Koch May 4, 2012
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    Oswald Bayer said, “We have no mass in our service…” and then he referenced a writing to Luther from “freundliche?” asking if they should introduce the mass, to which apparently Luther said, “No.”

    I have questions about that.
    1.) What does Dr. Bayer mean by the word “Mass?” Does this mean that they don’t have the Lord’s Supper?
    2.) What is correspondence to and from Luther that he is referencing, and how might I find it?

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