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Transubstantiation defended and prov"d from Scripture
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|Series||Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 186:4.|
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How to Defend Real Presence in the Eucharist. A belief shared by Catholic and Eastern Rite Churches is that the bread and wine undergoes transubstantiation and is turned into the actual blood and body of Christ. Many Protestants attack %(19). This is also expressed in other writings such as the book Modern Romanism Examined by Rev H. W. Dearden, M.A, MAY (P ) “Transubstantiation is without proof from scripture it will be said by the Romanist “surely the words of Christ are sufficient evidence.
1. During the Last Supper, Jesus was speaking metaphorically when he said, “This is my body.” Objections to Christ’s presence in the Eucharist can usually be divided into three categories: scriptural, philosophical, and historical. Whenever discussing the scriptural objections, keep in mind how many different interpretations are out there. On Octo in the thirteenth Session of the Council of Trent, under Pope Julius The Third, the Church of Rome published its decree on the Eucharist, defining the so-called “Real Presence”—or to use another one of the terms used for this blasphemy— the heading—“Canons on the Most Holy Sa.
Transubstantiation: Bible & the Fathers (vs. Calvin #42) February 1, Dave Armstrong Patheos Explore the world's faith through different perspectives on religion and spirituality! Therefore, Catholics must defend transubstantiation, not just some vague concept of "real presence". There is no scriptural evidence of the Catholic view of the eucharist, while there is some scriptural evidence against the concept (Matthew as compared with 1 Corinthians , silence about the eucharist in Hebrews, etc.).
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Transubstantiation defended and prov'd from Scripture in answer to the first part of a treatise intitled, A discourse against transubstantiation. Transubstantiation defended and prov'd from Scripture: in answer to the first part of a treatise intitled, A discourse against transubstantiation.
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.
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.
This booklet is to show the history and the belief in the doctrine of transubstantiation. We will see if the Roman Catholic Church's' belief follows the Bible, confirming it to be a miracle, or does the Bible prove it to be a myth.
We will first look at the history of Transubstantiation defended and provd from Scripture book doctrine and how it has become what it is today.
Bible verses about Transubstantiation. And if anyone takes away from the words of the book of this prophecy, God will take away his share in the tree of life and in the holy city, which are described in this book.
2 John ESV / 2 helpful votes Helpful Not Helpful. The false Catholic doctrine of Transubstantiation violates the Scriptures by withholding the cup. Inthe Council of Constance decreed that only the bread should be administered to the people, and that the priest should drink the wine for the people.
This practice is contrary to divine scripture. Transubstantiation: The belief held by Catholics (and all Christians until the Protestant Era) that during the words of consecration the bread and wine of the Lord's Supper become truly His Body and Blood, in a real and sacramental way.
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 defined as an act or an instance of something being transubstantiated from one substance into another, completely different what it originally was.
In the case of the Eucharist in Catholicism and some other denominations, the belief is that the actual bread and wine that are dispensed at Communion become the literal blood and the actual flesh of Jesus Christ’s body. In the 39 articles ofthe Church of England declared: "Transubstantiation (or the change of the substance of Bread and Wine) in the Supper of the Lord, cannot be proved by holy Writ; but is repugnant to the plain words of Scripture, overthroweth the nature of a Sacrament, and hath given occasion to many superstitions".
The Popish Mass, Or the Conformity of the Church of Rome with Paganism, Proved from Popish and Heathen Authors with an Appendix on the Style of Scripture, Transubstantiation, Auricular Confession and Extreme Unction [Meagher, Rev.
Andrew] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Popish Mass, Or the Conformity of the Church of Rome with Paganism, Proved from Popish and Author: Rev. Andrew Meagher. 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 main lines of his thought on the doctrine of transubstantiation and his own explanation of the way in which the real presence comes about will not change. We are brought, then, to the second phase of our study: the Lutheran Symbols of the sixteenth century.
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.
Transubstantiation and John by Luke Wayne 1/20/ The Roman Catholic doctrine of transubstantiation teaches that the bread and wine of the Lord's Supper literally (though invisibly) transform into the actual flesh and blood of Jesus' human body.
These elements are thus considered proper objects of worship, as they are thought to be. The Reformation Rejection of Transubstantiation Jan 14 by Reformed Reader In the context of the 16th century Protestant Reformation the Roman Catholic Church taught (and still teaches) that the Lord’s Supper is a divine sacrifice in which Jesus is offered in a bloodless manner.
Mt proves transubstantiation wrong because Jesus calls the cup "fruit of the vine" after both Roman Catholics and Orthodox say the "change" was supposed to take place.
Catholics make Jesus a liar by calling the cup "fruit of the vine" rather than what Catholic false doctrine claims it. Hierugia; or transubstantiation, invocation of saints, relics, and purgatory, besides those other articles of doctrine set forth in the holy sacrifice of the Mass, expounded, and the use of holy water, incense, and images, the ceremonies, vestments, and ritual employed in its celebration among the Latins, Greeks & OrientalsPages: A self-authenticating authority is no authority at all, in the words of Jesus.
There must be two or three witnesses to establish such a thing. The church cannot establish its own authority. Since Scripture does not attest to such authority, I do not accept the claim. Scripture provides many. Both “transubstantiation” and “Eucharist” are big words foreign to the everyday language of everyday Americans.
We may be more familiar with words like “Monosodium glutamate,” “euthanasia” or “inalienable rights,” but yet in the same sense even these terms can make us. Transubstantiation goes beyond scripture. It explains the biblical real presence using terms and ideas from philosophy, as such, transubstantiation is not biblical.
Marv #5. From the book Orthodoxy, Roman Catholicism and Anglicanism ().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 [ ].