From time to time we offer for sale heretical books, sometimes knowingly (one must read Kung to critique Kung) and sometimes unknowingly. The present title under discussion is a book that we had for sale in our Marriage and Family Life section. One of my co-workers happened to be reading on the job one day and spotted the heresy in the Introduction of the book. This was a heretical book that we were unknowingly offering for sale.
"Transubstantiation is a metaphor. In the case of the Eucharist, the bread and wine do not physically become Christ. They remain bread and wine while they mediate the real presence of Christ to us. He really becomes food and drink for us but we don't drink and eat the Son of God. What we drink and eat mediates him to us. The marvel in this is not the change that comes over the bread and wine but the change that comes over a people God chooses to be his own when they choose to exercise the faith with which God has embued them. The Eucharist cannot be explained except that the believers believe bread and wine into being what Christ wills it to be for them. He wills it to be him for them. But he's not confined only to this mode of being present to them. More than bread and wine should mediate him to us. Money can and should, which is one reason for [this book]" pages vii-viii.
Did you spot it?