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How one thinks of Christ’s work (the atonement) makes a big difference in how she relates to God and others, and how he decides what he must do or be. 945 more words

Lent: Images Of The Atonement

Anselm of Canterbury (c. 1033-1109): Is it proper for God to put away sins by compassion alone, without any payment of debt?

Anselm of Canterbury (c. 1033-1109) systematically set forth his argument for the necessity of Christ’s Incarnation and atoning death in his famous book Cur Deus Homo? 957 more words

Medieval Theologians

Doing what God wills

Here is a question: If you could know for certain the will of God, would you do it?

There is a famous scenario sketched by Anselm of Canterbury. 268 more words