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This argument is problematic for Roman Catholics because within the plethora of Patristic writings available regarding the Eucharist Transubstantiation isn’t explicitly mentioned until much later in church history.2 Third, Transubstantiation will be inspected through a systematic study of Scripture. For they believed what Holy Scripture here teaches. The Ante-Nicenes, holding with Holy Scripture to Christ's Spirit-ual presence, therefore denied His physical presence in the bread and the wine. Indeed, even no Post-Nicene Church Father advocated transubstantiation-until Radbertus in , and more particularly Lanfranc in A.D.
Transubstantiation (Latin: transsubstantiatio; Greek: μετουσίωσις metousiosis) is, according to the teaching of the Catholic Church, "the change of the whole substance of bread into the substance of the Body of Christ and of the whole substance of wine into the substance of his change is brought about in the eucharistic prayer through the efficacy of the word of Christ. This first post of mine will mainly cover John Chapter 6, a chapter in which the Catholic church uses to support its doctrine of transubstantiation. I will cover the chapter in sections, verses , , , , Let me begin by saying that I am using scripture to shed light on something that is not scripture, transubstantiation.
Part Transubstantiation: The doctrine of transubstantiation is often misunderstood by both Catholics and non-Catholics alike. Very, very few people know what the Catholic Church actually believes and teaches concerning [transubstantiation], and I am convinced that even fewer Catholics realize themselves what they are taking part in. Transubstantiation — What Does Scripture Say? I do not understand why Catholics believe transubstantiation to be so important or how they can justify the reason for it (not that I want to question God). Free PDF of all our Bible Book Outlines. Daily Verse.
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Transubstantiation Tried By Scripture And Reason: Addressed To The Protestants Of England, In Consequence Of The Attempts Recently Made To Introduce Romanism Amongst Them () [Bird, Charles Smith, Townsend, George Fyler] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
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Transubstantiation is the teaching that the bread and the wine used by Christians in memorializing Christ's death mystically become the actual body and blood of Christ in the mouth of the person receiving them. This doctrine has no foundation in the Bible. The bread and the wine of what is actually the Christian Passover ceremony are clearly symbols of Christ's blood and body, not the literal.
Bible verses about Transubstantiation. Galatians ESV / 3 helpful votes Helpful Not Helpful. I am astonished that you are so quickly deserting him who called you in the grace of Christ and are turning to a different gospel— not that there is another one, but there are some who trouble you and want to distort the gospel of Christ.
Christians who fail to discern Jesus’ body and blood in the Eucharist have been tragically misled. All Christians believe in an omnipotent God who could perform the miracle of transubstantiation if He willed it to happen. That same God inspired scriptures that (if taken literally) teach that the communion meal is truly Jesus’ body and blood.
Catholics commonly resort to attacking using the Bible to establish doctrine. For example, H. J Marshall attacks the reformers for rejecting Transubstantiation when he writes, “The reformers replaced the body of Christ with a book.
The Bible was the replacement for the presence of Jesus.” 8) H. Marshall, The Church or the Bible. The earliest text concerning the Real Presence is found in Paul’s first epistle to the Corinthians, written probably about A.D. 57, or 27 years after Christ’s death. Modern scholars believe Jesus died in the year 30 and that Saul was converted early in Some are convinced his conversion was as early as Transubstantiation is the daily miracle of the Holy Catholic Church, whereby ordinary bread and wine become the body and blood, soul, and divinity of Jesus Christ during Holy Mass.
Transubstantiation means the substance part of the bread and wine elements changes; but the accidental parts--sight, taste, smell, touch--do not.
Catholics believe that since Jesus said it and He is God, he can do it. The doctrine of Transubstantiation is the belief that the elements of the Lord’s table (bread and wine) supernaturally transform into the body and blood of Christ during the Mass.
This is uniquely held by Roman Catholics but some form of a “Real Presence” view is held by Eastern Orthodox, Lutherans, and some Anglicans. The Calvinist/Reformed [ ]. The Roman Catholic View: Transubstantiation.
The Roman Catholic view is called transubstantiation. That is when the priest elevates first the wafer and then the chalice of wine mixed with water and rehearses the institutional narrative, the story of the Last Supper. The bread and the wine are transformed into the body and blood of Jesus Christ.
The average Catholic is vague concerning the nature of the Eucharistic presence of Christ, and one can sympathize with him, in view of the lack of clear teaching about the Most Blessed Sacrament.
The basic objection to the Catholic doctrine of the real presence is not that it is against Scripture, but that it is against reason. The Catholic Church is the one true church (CCC ), Infallibility of the Catholic Church, (CCC ), Only the Roman Catholic Church has authority to interpret Scripture (CCC ), The Pope is the head of the church and has the authority of Christ (CCC ), The Roman Catholic Church is necessary for salvation (CCC ), Sacred Tradition.
17 But given his emphasis on the Eucharist as “symbol” and “event,” it stands to reason that if one follows aspects of his theology to their logical conclusions, Eucharistic adoration seems to lack the “dynamism” which he seems to make essential to this sacrament.
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Transubstantiation, in Christianity, the change by which the substance (though not the appearance) of the bread and wine in the Eucharist becomes Christ’s real presence—that is, his body and blood.
The doctrine of transubstantiation was incorporated into the documents of the Council of Trent. The Real Presence of the Body and Blood of Our Lord Jesus Christ in the Blessed Eucharist, Proved from Scripture (Cardinal Wiseman) – pdf, text, kindle format.
The Catholic Doctrine of the Eucharist: Demonstrably Proved from Scripture, from Tradition and from the Writings (M. Talbot) –. (Gal. ) Nowhere in Scripture do we find the words/phrases, "Transubstantiation," "Holy Eucharist," or "Real Presence." Therefore, this false doctrine is not from Heaven, but of men (Matthew ).
When this doctrine is tried and tested against scripture, it fails the test. Some Protestants believe that proving the Real Presence does not prove transubstantiation, that a certain argument could prove, say, consubstantiation as well as a spiritual but "real presence".
Or maybe, it's just better to leave the whole subject alone, since Christ does not explain the intricacies of how the Eucharist comes to be in Scripture. There is not one Bible verse that speaks of 'transubstantiation' of the communion bread and wine. However, a change of substance was indeed recorded (water becomes wine) in John If there were really a change of substance in the Eucharist meal, then,it must have been recorded in the Bible.
The absence of explicit and implicit scripture. Transubstantiation is the process of the bread and wine truly changing in substance into the Body and Blood of Jesus.
Although our outside senses (taste, touch, smell, etc) still see it as bread and wine, it is actually the Body and Blood of Christ. This object lesson helps to understand the concept of transubstantiation. You start with a ball.Get this from a library!
The doctrine of the Trinity and transubstantiation compared, as to Scripture, reason, and tradition: in a new dialogue between a Protestant and a papist.
The second part: wherein the doctrine of the Trinity is shewed to be agreeable to Scripture and reason, and transubstantiation repugnant to both. [Edward Stillingfleet; William Rogers].The doctrine of the Trinity and transubstantiation compared as to Scripture, reason, and tradition.
The first part: in a new dialogue between a Protestant and a papist: wherein an answer is given to the late proofs of the antiquity of transubstantiation in the books called Consensus veterum and .