God Didn’t Die on the Cross

"The position in the Confession…must be carefully distinguished from a doctrine which sounds verylikeitandwhich hasbeenstrenuouslymaintained by Lutheran divinesastheground oftheirtenetconcerningtheubiquity oromnipresenceofChrist' sbody,asit iscalled,whichthey are accustomed to adduced in defence of their view of the real presence of Christ’s body in the Eucharist.

"The Lutheran doctrine is, that what is proper to one nature may be attributed not, as our Confession says, to the person denominated by the other nature, or described by a name taken from the other nature, but to the other nature itself….