In John 6 Jesus tells his followers that whoever eats his flesh and drinks his blood will have eternal life. This teaching offended many of Jesus' followers and many "walked with him no more." Why was this teaching so offensive? What did Jesus mean by it? Does He mean this literally or figuratively, or something else altogether? This lesson also examines the Lord's Supper, what one early Christian called "the medicine of immortality."
Eat My Flesh, Drink My Blood (John 6:51-71) - Lesson Outline (PDF)