I have a bind-up of Anselm of Canterbury’s major works that I have been making my way through. A month ago, I finished reading the… 1,010 more words
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Two rooms, in two different cities, but pretty much the same scene: one man stands before a few dozen supporters, many of them middle-aged white males, plus a smaller, precocious cohort in early adulthood. 1,187 more words
Much has been written about Anselm’s atonement theory as described in his most famous work Cur Deus Homo. I read Christus Victor by Gustaf Aulen last year, which challenged the Anselmian thesis and demonstrated its departure from previous atonement theories. 570 more words
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No member of the human race except Christ ever gave to God, by dying, anything which that person was not at some time going to lose as a matter of necessity.