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The Reformers divided

There was a great division in the ranks of the Reformers over an issue of spirituality.

History Professor Michael Haykin
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It concerned one of the means of grace, namely the Lord’s Supper. While all of the Reformers clearly rejected the Roman Catholic dogma of transubstantiation and the superstitions that had arisen with it, they were deeply divided over the answer to the question, ‘How is Christ present at the Table?’