What is the refutation of this argument brought against Edmund Campion: "Whatever is in the sacrament Is void of sense or insensible. But Christ is not insensible. Ergo, Christ Is not in the sacrament"?
I N order to support this conclusion,
the statement, "Christ is not insensible," must mean "Christ, if present, must always be accessible to the senses-Christ cannot be present without being accessible to the senses." This statement contradicts both a common-sense conclusion from the divine omnipotence and the evidence of the Gospels concerning events after the Resurrection, which show Him as not bound by the limitations of matter,