Talk:Eucharist wafer desecration

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anonymous user said: I edited this article because it was clearly biased. I took out all instances of "cracker" and replaced them with "wafer". I also better explained the Church's position on the Eucharist and Transubstantiation.


Thanks for your clarifications; the language-mangling with regard to "substance" is particularly interesting. Yes, the article was (and probably still is) biased, but Issuepedia makes no pretension of being unbiased – it's more like a public square full of soapboxes, but with some accountability and fact-checking.

I'm now editing the article further to incorporate your changes while still being clear about how the Church's position conflicts with reality.

Questions: how is a "wafer" different from a "cracker"? Does usage of the latter indicate bias, and if so how? --Woozle 09:05, 3 August 2008 (EDT)