Chapter 1, Part 5 - Medieval Criticism of Transubstantiation (p. 43)
Sasse contends that the biggest problem with transubstantiation is that it requires a substance to be separated from its “accidents,” or appearance. This was an idea foreign to philosophy and dedicated to explaining a dogma which could not be found explained in Scripture. Therefore, theologians had to engage in additional layers of explanation to make the doctrine plausible. Wyclif countered the idea with a mystical presence, following Berengar. His views were taken over extensively by Zwingli, through acquaintance with Bohemian and Netherlandic influence.