Sacramental Union

Sacramental union (Latin, unio sacramentalis; Luther's German, Sacramentliche Einigkeit; German, sakramentalische Vereinigung) is the Lutheran theological doctrine of the Real Presence of the body and blood of Christ in the Christian Eucharist.

Read more about Sacramental Union:  Type of Union, Words of Institution, Distinction From Other Doctrines of The Real Presence

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Christian Theologians - Ecclesiology: Church - Sacrament - Eucharist
... Presence Transubstantiation Transignification Sacramental Union Memorialism Consubstantiation Impanation Consecration Words of Institution Anglican Eucharistic theology Eucharist (Catholic Church) Eucharist (Lutheran ... about the meaning of the Eucharist than would appear from the confessional debates over the sacramental presence, the effects of the Eucharist, and the proper auspices under which it may be celebrated ... to a celebration involving no food other than the sacramental bread and wine ...
Sacramental Union - Distinction From Other Doctrines of The Real Presence
... Two Kingdoms Priesthood of all believers Divine Providence Marian theology Theology of the Cross Sacramental Union Sacraments Rites Baptism Eucharist Confession ... not assert a "local" (three dimensional, circumscribed) presence of the body and blood in the sacramental bread and wine respectively, which is ... has been associated with such a "local" inclusion of the Body and Blood of Christ in the sacramental bread and wine as has the term "impanation." Lutherans ...
Anglican Eucharistic Theology - Varieties of Eucharistic Theology - "Consubstantiation" or "sacramental Union"
... "Sacramental union" is also used ... the Lutheran view from the Reformed view on this sacrament since the term "sacramental union" is also used in some Reformed confessions ... in the allied but metaphysically different doctrines of consubstantiation and sacramental union ...
Real Presence Of Christ In The Eucharist - Different Understandings - Lutherans – The Sacramental Union: "in, With, and Under The Forms of Bread and Wine"
... The Lutheran doctrine of the Real Presence is more accurately and formally known as "the Sacramental Union." It has been inaccurately called "consubstantiation." This ...

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