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Anselm's satisfaction theory of the atonement is developed in his book, Cur Deus Homo, and, as presented, is not "based on the Bible" like we might expect. Instead, Anselm relies heavily on logic, and largely avoids citing Scripture to make his case. However, he is forced to rely on it in a few places, and he also tangentially mentions it in ...


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I won't make any statements about the mathematical, philosophical or theological implications of the proof. But I can help you with the maths (this would better done on math.SE). Make a order of the sets: A set A is greater or equal than a set B iff B is a subset or equal of A. A maximal element set (God) is maximal in this order, so it has no set that is a ...


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