The doctrine, recommended by Martin Luther, the compound of the human anatomy and bloodstream of Jesus coexists with all the compound associated with the breads and wine when you look at the Eucharist.
An identity or union of material.
the specific, considerable existence regarding the body of Christ because of the loaves of bread and wine for the sacrament regarding the Lord's Supper; impanation, rather than transubstantiation.
An identity or union of substance.
the particular, significant presence regarding the human anatomy of Christ using the breads and wine of sacrament associated with the Lord's Supper; impanation; -- in opposition to transubstantiation.
The doctrine that body and bloodstream of Christ coexist in and with the components of the eucharist, even though latter retain their particular nature as bread and wine: in opposition to the Roman Catholic doctrine of transubstantiation.
the doctrine of tall Anglican Church that following the consecration regarding the Eucharist the compound associated with body and bloodstream of Christ coexists using compound associated with the consecrated bread and wine