"most early church fathers agree with me"<quoted text>
Jesus says in the Bible these words are spirit and not literal, most early church fathers agree with me, but I will go with Jesus he trumps all that comes after him, those that come after Jesus agree with him and speak the truth or disagree with him and at the very least are in error.
Paul's spoken words were found to agree with scripture and accompanied with miracles he raised the dead in their presence.
Your RCC assertions contradict the scriptures that came before and are not accompanied by miracles only death and lies.
Are you that blind to see the difference???
All early Church fathers and the Catholic Church agrees with you that Jesus said His words were Spirit. All of the early fathers and the Catholic Church says He meant that it requires supernatural spiritual faith to accept His teaching and reject carnal logic. None of the early fathers agreed with you that He was not speaking literally. Why do most protestants not even agree that Jesus is "spiritually" present in the Eucharist? Why do they say it's only symbolic? No where in the bible does it equate "spiritual" with "symbolic".