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11th century Benedictine monk and theologian, sometimes called the founder of scholasticism

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St. Anselm in Eastern Orthodoxy

Is Anselm of Canterbury venerated by the Eastern Orthodox Church, or is he accepted as a saint only by the West? Similarly, is his Satisfaction model of the atonement accepted at large within the EOC (...
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Ontological Arguments and the Catholic Church

This question is related to Objections to Natural Theology at the Time of Vatican I In contrast to the observance of natural phenomena in order to arrive at the conclusion that God exists, an ...
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Can Anselm's reasoning for the Incarnation be adapted to the Resurrection?

In Cur Deus Homo, Anselm provides an argument primarily in natural theology (as I understand it, anyway) for the proposition that the divine nature assumed a human nature for itself, without confusion ...
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Why does the axiom of choice imply the existence of a unique God?

The following is paraphrased from A Passion for Mathematics by Clifford A. Pickover (read in Kiefer Sutherland's voice): (mathjax here) Theorem: The axiom of choice is equivalent to the existence of ...
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What was Anselm's biblical basis for his theory of atonement by satisfaction?

Upon which Bible verses did Anselm base his satisfactory theory of atonement?
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