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Anselm’s Unbelievers

To what end did Anselm write his Cur Deus Homo, and what convictions are presupposed in its ideal reader? The answers to these questions are intertwined. Cur Deus Homo is aimed at assuring Christian believers of the reasonableness of their … Continue reading

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Consequences of Dropping Supersessionism

Bruce Marshall has a lovely essay on the Church’s relation to Israel in The Cambridge Companion to Christian Doctrine.┬áLet me summarize the highlights: 1. Marshall, like most Catholic and mainline Protestant theologians nowadays, thinks we should abandon supersessionism (= the … Continue reading

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