You are delusional!Try to stay on topic boys. I know it's tough.
Topic being: Your view of the Eucharist (which is that same view as all atheists) was homogenized in a blender and then poured down the sewer. Plenty of Dispensationalists participated in the debate.
And none of them could stop it.
Jesus Christ is Really Present in the Eucharist.
Not to mention irrational, or didn't you think I'd notice the little "guilt by association" fallacy you threw into your comment. Do you believe that sky is blue? If so, that's the same view as all atheists. Does that imply you're wrong about the color of the sky? It's just pathetic stupidity. Only desperate fools who know they are lying, liken people who hold a different theological view to atheists. The only thing more desperate is when someone declares something to be a "doctrine of the devil" or the equivalent.
Now, "Jesus Christ is Really Present in the Eucharist." is an affirmative claim. Why you chose to write it as though it were a title of a book, I don't know but what I do know is that the burden of proof is upon the party making the affirmative claim not on those who deny it. You claim that the whole glorified Christ is truly present, body, blood, soul, and divinity, under the appearances of bread and wine and so I say, prove it.
You won't even try. The closest you will come is quoting John 6 and Matthew 26, neither of which say anything about bread and wine turning into flesh and blood. The bread and wine that Jesus shared at the last supper (Matthew 26) are symbols. God loves using symbols and has done so right throughout the scripture starting from Genesis chapter one and there is zero evidence, either contextual or grammatical, that John 6 or Matthew 26 (and elsewhere) isn't speaking figuratively. In fact, what is happening in John 6 is that Jesus is being intentionally and flagrantly offensive toward those who are listening to Him. His use of words is intended to make people angry and give them an excuse to reject Him, not to teach some superstitious nonsense like transubstantiation.
P.S. Incidentally, not even all Catholics believe this superstition.