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Isn’t consubstantiation more incarnational than transubstantiation?

Question:

What's wrong with consubstantiation—the view that the Eucharist is both the body and blood of Christ and bread and wine? Isn't that more consistent with the Incarnation, and isn't transubstantiation almost Gnostic, even Docetist?

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