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Impanation is one of many Protestant theories which denies [[transubstantiation]] of the [[Eucharist]] while holding that some indefinable presence of Christ coexists with the bread and wine. A disciple of [[Martin Luther]], [[Osiander]] (1498-1552), originally taught impanation as part of the [[Reformation]].
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Revision as of 18:22, 16 November 2007

Impanation is one of many Protestant theories which denies transubstantiation of the Eucharist while holding that some indefinable presence of Christ coexists with the bread and wine. A disciple of Martin Luther, Osiander (1498-1552), originally taught impanation as part of the Reformation.