Jean La Placette on transubstantiation and the natural faculty of sense

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Now be pleased to observe how I further express it.

1. If Transubstantiation has place, the natural Faculty which God has given us, whereby to distinguish one Substance from another, this Faculty deceives us in the notice it gives us of the Eucharist.

2. If the natural Faculty whereby we distinguish one Substance from another, be mistaken on the Subject of the Eucharist, nothing hinders but that it may be the fame on other Substances.

3. If the natural Faculty, whereby we discern the Substances, has no certainty, the Proofs for Christian Religion be of no weight. ...

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