B.H. Carroll on a Closed Lord’s Table

“There is no more convincing argument against open communion of any kind. No open communion argument can stand before the declaration, “It is the Lord’s table . . . No matter what anybody says, we should stick to the doctrine that Christ placed that table in his church, not for them to say who shall come, but for God to say who shall come. One has to be inside the church before he is entitled to sit at the Lord’s Table.”  B.H. Carroll

B.H. Carroll, An Interpretation of the English Bible, vol. VIII, 180.