Isn't that Catholic terminology as well? Except that it is applied to a non Catholic belief.Except we do NOT call it "Consubstantiation". That is false. That is what Catholics call what they think we believe about the Lord's Supper. We believe that, when a Pastor blesses the Elements, Jesus' true body and blood come to be present in, with, under, and through the bread and wine--but the Elements also remain bread and wine. We call that the "Real Presence." We do NOT attempt to explain it, but realize it is a mystery, although one we joyfully accept.
And where do you get the idea we deny the "hypostatic union" of Jesus' being true God and true man? We most certainly DO affirm that Jesus is 100% God and 100% man!
Nothing you wrote here is true about what confessional Lutherans teach or believe. If you don't believe me, try writing this stuff on the Lutheran board, and see what happens.