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Title: St. Anselm and his critics : a re-interpretation of the "Cur Deus Homo" of St. Anselm
Author: McIntyre, John
Awarding Body: University of Edinburgh
Current Institution: University of Edinburgh
Date of Award: 1953
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CHAPTER 1: REMOTO CHRIS TO ; METHODOLOGY (1) "Credo ut intelligaffl": Anselmic evidence. (2) "Crsdo ut intelligaffi"fi Various modern interpretstions. (3) Conclusions, (4) "Hemeto Christo" and "Credo ut Intel!igam": Resolution the problem CHAPTER 2: AUT POENA ACT SATISFmCTIO | HAMAETIOLOGY Part A: Introductory Section - Book; 1, cc. 1-10. Part B: (1) God's Purpose for Man (2) Nature of Sin (3) God's Reaction to Sin (3.1.) Aut satisfactio (3.2.) Aut poena (4) Book 1, 25: its relation to previous chapters of Book 1 and to Book 2. CHAPTER 3: LESS-HOMO : CHRISTOLOGY (1) Salvation, Necessity and Graoe. (2) Amount of Satisfaction due to God. (3) Deity of Deua-Homo. (4) Humanity of Deus-Homo. (5) Two Natures in One Person. (6) Sinlessneas of Jesus Christ. CHAPTER 4: ILLA REDEMPf10 : SOTERIOLOGY (1) Voluntary Nature of the Death of the Deus-Homo | The Idea of Aseitag (2) Value of Christ's Death. (3) Application of Merits of His Death. (4) Death of Christ as Example, (5) Review of Criticisms of Soteriology of St. Anselm. (6) Summary of Chief Errors Committed by the Critics Essential Features of the Cur Deus Homo.
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