In this episode of Truthspresso Express I analyze more arguments for the Roman Catholic dogma of transubstantiation while driving to work in the morning and from work in the evening.
How does Jesus going away and returning to earth conflict with the claims of Transubstantiation? What about the role of the Holy Spirit as "another Comforter" in Jesus' bodily absence?
Can Transubstantiation confuse the human and divine attributes of Christ?
How does the Council of Trent claiming that the "whole Christ" is found in the bread or in the wine separately help with a "literal" reading of Jesus' words?
How does Transubstantiation ultimately affect the doctrine of salvation?