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The purpose of this thesis is to inquire into the value of the eucharist as a ritual. As we know, the eucharist is a Christian ritual, and its end is to develop the Christian consciousness which refers to the fraternal and filial relationship of Christians in God. So the value of the eucharist as a ritual lies in helping Christians be assured that they are God's children, and also recognize that they are brothers and sisters in God. In order to inquire into this value of the eucharist, four ritual theories are presented in this thesis: the theories of Catherine Bell, Victor W. Turner, Jonathan Z. Smith, and Louis-Marie Chauvet. From the perspective of Bell's theory of ritual, the eucharist is a strategic act to develop the fraternal relationship of Christians. However, in Bell's act theory, the eucharist does not fulfill only this Christian meaning, but also encourages them to participate in social acts like taking care of others because the eucharist helps them to follow Jesus who sacrificed himself for others. In Victor Turner's theory of ritual, the eucharist has exegtical, operational, and positional meanings which are three fields of symbol. The eucharist has exegetical meaning because the bread and wine of the eucharist has the axiomatic value among Christians. The eucharist also has the operational meaning because it distinguishes Christians from non Christians. And the eucharist has the positional meaning because it is deeply related to other Christian symbols like the cross and water, and it possesses its own position in the total Christian symbols. In Jonathan Z. Smith's ritual theory, the eucharist fulfills the gnostic dimension. That is to say, the eucharist makes Christians acknowledge what ought to be done and what ought to take place. Thus this gnostic dimension leads Christians to deliberate their lives. In other words, the eucharist helps Christians to reflect whether they have followed Jesus who lived a sacrificial life. In Louis-Marie Chauvet's theory of ritual, the effect of the eucharist is working by means of symbolic rupture. That is, the bread and wine of the eucharist are merely ordinary food and drink, but they symbolize the flesh and blood of Christ by means of symbolic rupture. So Christians can experience the grace of God by eating the bread and drinking the wine. In these four scholars' theories of ritual, we can see that the eucharist has the value of Christian ritual. The fact that the eucharist is a ritual which helps Christians to assure God's children, and thus brothers and sisters in God is made clear by these theories. Of course, these four theories are not the only theories which illuminate the value of the eucharist as a ritual. In order to make the meaning of the eucharist abundant, we need to continue to inquire into the value of the eucharist, and then it will be a living Christian ritual for Christians and the church.