This week's heresy deals with the Eucharist, and has been condemned by both Lutherans and Catholics.
Impanationism is an Eucharistic heresy styled after the Incarnation (that the Son was made flesh in Jesus) which teaches that “God is made bread” in the Eucharist. This means that the divine attributes of God are shared with the bread via the Son’s body. While considered similar to the real presence teaching of Consubstantiation, the Lutherans rejected it as heretical in the 1577 Formula of Concord. The Catholic Church also rejects this teaching as heretical.