She traces the references to alchemy and transubstantiation
in Donne's secular poems and argues that these poems present a point of view that "disclaims either substantial theological commitment or significant scientific engagement" (71).
Lollard objections to transubstantiation
often focused on the work of consecration, questioning the ability of priests to "make" the body of Christ.
Bevington emphasizes that 'the acceptance of dramatic miracle in the Sacrament play is therefore synonymous with the acceptance of the doctrine of transubstantiation
, not abstractly but vividly and immediately', and Emmerson suggests an analogue between Chester's Antichrist and the Croxton Play, as both rely on 'miraculous use of divine power to confront doubt' about the real presence.
Barden addresses Turner's concern directly by making clear that transubstantiation
is not mechanical but metaphysical, accessible to all who can distinguish between a substance and its accidents.
1548) polemic could be both comic and dramatic: in this colloquial dialogue the voices of the interlocutors are entirely distinct and John Bon's witty facetiousness is an amusing veil for a ferocious attack on transubstantiation
matter of debate for asserting, denying or reinterpreting transubstantiation
(see for example: Thurston 1907; Leinbaugh 1982 or Grundy 1991).
nor the inability of women to be ordained meets this high standard.
While Scotus accepts Giles's categorial/quantitative distinction, he objects that Thomistic transubstantiation
should place the bread in heaven rather than Christ on the altar (112).
the particular terminology of transubstantiation
had not yet been created.
Challenge Cup they'd have called it.
In his close reading of the confession, Reardon describes Marpeck's sacramental theology as a nuanced via media between Catholic theories of transubstantiation
and Reformed memorialism.
As per the church, the song's title derives from the words "hocus pocus", the phrase which was a Puritan parody of the Latin "hoc est enim corpus meum" or "this is my body" used by Catholic priests to accompany the transubstantiation