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Isn’t consubstantiation more incarnational than transubstantiation?

Question:

What&#039;s wrong with consubstantiation—the view that the Eucharist is both the body and blood of Christ and bread and wine? Isn&#039;t that more consistent with the Incarnation, and isn&#039;t transubstantiation almost Gnostic, even Docetist?

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