Lucas Trelcatius: refuting arguments for Christ’s physical presence in communion

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The proofs which are alleged [for Christ’s physical presence in communion] from the omnipotency of God, do infer no corporal presence of Christ in the Supper. Not the First; because the omnipotency of God excludeth, both things contrary to his nature, and things contradictory; and not to be able to do those things, is not a point of weakness, but of infinite power, and constancy. Not the Second; because his first apparition was heavenly, which nothing furthereth the presence of Christ on earth: The second, was in the night, which appeared not to the eyes, but to the mind. ...

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