(Latin: in, in; panis, bread)

A word coined, like Incarnation, to express the heretical opinion that as Our Lord is God in the flesh, Incarnate, so in the Holy Eucharist He is God in the bread, without change of the substance of the bread into His substance. It was never held by any large number of adherents without variations, and is clearly opposed to the doctrine of transubstantiation. See also: consubstantiation.

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