I employ terminology and concepts like mentacide, Negromachy, materialistic depression, psychological misorentation, psychological Africanity/Blackness, the process of identity diffusion (instead of Nigrescence), consubstantiation
in Divine Ka, self-extension orientation, sexual misorientation, theological misorientation, Jonestown syndrome, internal versus external bias, own race preference, own-race maintenance .
On the Eucharist, they were in agreement in rejecting transubstantiation, but their views ranged whole spectrum from consubstantiation
to bare memorial; many (including Wycliffe himself) affirmed the Real Presence of Christ while others denied it.
In the Lutheran tradition, the technical term for understanding how God shows up in communion is consubstantiation
Reformed Protestantism was distinguished not only by its rejection of both transubstantiation and consubstantiation
(the Roman and Lutheran interpretations of Christ's words "This is my body") but also by its emphasis on church-based social reform and its casting of the civil polity as a Corpus Christianum.
Popular conceptions of the presence of Christ in the Lord's Supper in seventeenth-century Dutch Reformed culture, having rejected transubstantiation and consubstantiation
interpretations, proposed a presence that sought to confess simultaneously the full humanity of Christ's residing in the heavens and the believers' participation in the actual presence of Christ.
through partisan appeals can be seen in the examples of Henry George and Jacob Riis.
Similarly, as opposition voices begin to make themselves heard throughout the country, there is the realisation that "the mystical consubstantiation
with the Chief, in which Dominicans had lived for thirty-one years, was disappearing" (p.
The corporeality of this ancient vice, moreover, recalls the Protestant rankling over the doctrine of transubstantiation or consubstantiation
, whether, as in the former, the accidentals of bread and wine remain, but the substance is utterly transformed to the body and blood; or the latter, where the substances of bread and wine exist, simultaneously, with the essence of the sacred body and blood, as Lollards and later, Luther, averred.
She challenges the doctrine of consubstantiation
in its literal sense, exclaiming in "Oratorio for the Unbecoming" that she was taught to see the risen Lord as "a sack of meat," a crude reductive depiction indeed.