Saint Anselm of Canterbury (Aosta, 1033) was a Benedictine monk and philosopher who held the office of Archbishop of Canterbury from 1093 to 1109. Called the founder of scholasticism, he has been a major influence in Western theology and the originator of the ontological argument for the existence of God and the satisfaction theory of atonement. He was exiled from England  twice as a result of the investiture controversy, the most significant conflict between Church and state in Medieval…

Saint Anselm of Canterbury (Aosta, 1033) was a Benedictine monk and philosopher who held the office of Archbishop of Canterbury from 1093 to 1109. Called the founder of scholasticism, he has been a major influence in Western theology and the originator of the ontological argument for the existence of God and the satisfaction theory of atonement. He was exiled from England twice as a result of the investiture controversy, the most significant conflict between Church and state in Medieval…

St. Anselm of Canterbury Holy Card

St. Anselm of Canterbury Holy Card

Anselm Of Canterbury,Prayer Cards

ANSELM OF CANTERBURY  MONK, ARCHBISHOP, THEOLOGIAN (21 APR 1109)

ANSELM OF CANTERBURY MONK, ARCHBISHOP, THEOLOGIAN (21 APR 1109)

A friend sent me this prayer written by St. Anselm of Canterbury, a twelfth-century theologian and philosopher.  Anselm is famous for an ontological proof for the existence of God.  He held that the concept of God is unique in that anyone who understands what is meant by the the question “Does God exist?” will see that the answer must be “Yes.”  Philosophers today still debate Anselm’s proof.  One of them said that “it is one of the most exasperating arguments in the history of philosophy…

A friend sent me this prayer written by St. Anselm of Canterbury, a twelfth-century theologian and philosopher. Anselm is famous for an ontological proof for the existence of God. He held that the concept of God is unique in that anyone who understands what is meant by the the question “Does God exist?” will see that the answer must be “Yes.” Philosophers today still debate Anselm’s proof. One of them said that “it is one of the most exasperating arguments in the history of philosophy…

Book Quotes: Proslogion by Anselm of Canterbury

Book Quotes: Proslogion by Anselm of Canterbury

"Why God Became Man" by Anselm of Canterbury

"Why God Became Man" by Anselm of Canterbury

Anselm of Canterbury - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Anselm of Canterbury - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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