Berengar of Tours

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Berengar of Tours, also called Bérenger and Berengarius, an 11th century French theologian (c.1000–1088?). Berengar is said to have denied the Real Presence in the Eucharist. He was declared a heretic, but became reconciled with the church before his death. Berengar's controversy with the church brought about a more explicit formulation of the doctrine of the Eucharist.

See also

Ulrich Zwingli
Transubstantiation.

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