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HISTORY of Christian Theology

The doctrine held by Roman Catholics and Lutherans that Jesus’s body and blood are literally present in the Eucharist so that those who partake of it actually eat and drink Christ’s physical body and blood. Catholics believe that the bread and wine completely changes into the flesh and blood of Christ (transubstantiation) while Lutherans teach that the flesh and blood of Christ are present in, and does not replace, the bread and wine of the Eucharist.

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