I recently came across an article by our late, beloved father Pope Shenouda. It's from El-Keraza (23 Feb 2007), called 'The Heresy of Deifying the Human'. This particular part troubled me:
Criticising proponents of deification, HH says "They also say that we share the divine nature through the Eucharist Sacrament. Through which we eat and drink divinity!! And when we opposed them in this they accused us in our faith!"
He seems to be arguing that we do not share in the divine nature in the Eucharist. That we are not eating or drinking 'divinity' in the Eucharist. But doesn't the priest say 'His divinity parted not from His humanity, not for a single moment nor a twinkling of an eye', and that we are partaking of both in the Eucharist?
There were some other troubling claims in the article as well, but I'm interested to know what people think about that in particular.