Salvation is not seen as the acceptance of a legal exchange, but as participation in the renewal of human nature itself by way of the eternal Word of God assuming the human nature in its fullness. Before explaining how this can be so, he asks the student to lay out the objections against both options.
Bernard, teaches all that is really true and valuable in the theory which he condemned.
In payment for us He set the trap, His Cross, with His blood for bait. Leaving his birthplace as a young man, he headed north across the Alps to France, eventually arriving at Bec in Normandy, where he studied under the eminent theologian and dialectician Lanfranc, whose involvement in disputes with Berengar spurred a revival in theological speculation and application of dialectic in theological argument.
So, there is one thing that alone, of all things, is, to the greatest degree and supremely [maxime et summe]. Every expert in grammar is spoken of as a quality [in eo quod quale]. Sin is the cause of the estrangement, and therefore the purpose of the atonement is to correct or overcome the consequences of sin" "Atonement" entry of Anselms doctrine of the atonement in Bible Dictionary in the LDS edition of the King James Bible.
How can you be merciful and impassible at the same time? Once the sacrifice is made, the sinner may seek forgiveness, and if he or she is sincere, God will freely forgive.
The pervasive presence of idolatry, which Paul associates with worship of demons I Cor. A human mind contains images or likenesses of things that are thought of or talked about, and a likeness is true to the degree that it imitates more or less the thing of which it is likeness, so that the thing has a priority in truth and in being over the human subject apprehending it, or more properly speaking, over the image, idea, or likeness by which the human subject apprehends the thing.
Therefore, without a doubt, something than which a greater cannot be thought exists [exsistit] both in the understanding and in reality. Augustine remains one of the mysteries of his mind and personality.
The Catholic doctrine on this subject is set forth in the sixth Session of the Council of Trentchapter ii. For, whatever the expert in grammar has that substance would follow from, he has only from the fact that he is a man. I should stop there and open up the comments: Chapter examine, discuss, and argue for particular attributes of God, and 28 being of particular interest.
In his adolescence, he decided that there was no better life than the monastic one. Important theological concepts about penal substitution depend on the doctrine of the Trinity.
The metaphor of ransom and redemption is used to express worshipfully the fact that God and Christ have rescued us from sin and death by radical means, doing for us what we could not do for ourselves.
Does it really mean "propitiation"? Whichever of them, then, is said about the supreme nature, it is not how [qualis] nor how much [quanta] [the supreme nature has quality] that is shown [monstratur] but rather what it is.
Monologion Chapter 1 exemplifies this. In contrast to Western branches of theology, Orthodox Christians tend to use the word "expiation" with regard to what is accomplished in the sacrificial act.
As Gordon Clark illustrates: It is frivolous and ridiculous to object that in this way the order is perverted, it being absurd that an event which preceded burial should be placed after it.Churchman Anselm's Doctrine of the Atonement: An Exegesis and Critique of Cur Deus Homo ARTHUR POLLARD In a century in which liberalism has prevailed in so many areas of life and.
(The Catholic Doctrine of the Atonement, 85, 86). (f) Although the high authority of St. Bernard was thus against them, the views of St. Anselm and Abelard, the two men who in different ways were the fathers of Scholasticism, shaped the course of later medieval theology.
Anselm of Canterbury (—) Saint Anselm was one of the most important Christian thinkers of the eleventh century.
He is most famous in philosophy for having discovered and articulated the so-called “ ontological argument ;” and in theology for his doctrine of the atonement. Satisfaction theory of atonement developed by Anselm of Canterbury (called by Aulén the "scholastic" view); Moral influence theory of atonement, developed by the Enlightenment, which Aulén called the "subjective" or "humanistic" view and considered to have been anticipated—as a critique of the satisfaction view—by Peter Abelard.
Anselm of Canterbury is considered the most significant and influential early medieval figure to explore the idea of iustitia as it pertains to the relationship between God and humanity,  more specifically, to the doctrine of atonement.
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My understanding is that Catholicism holds (or allows) Anselms view of the atonement which logically leads to substitutionary atonement.Download