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Cur Deus Homo: Why God Became Man

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Considering Jesus’ time on Earth, there have been many theological debates and most of them have led to confusion and division among the church. Cur Deus Homo is a priceless resource that carefully and consciously addresses some of these heavy questions and differing ideas. A scholar and a man of intentional faith, Anselm details what it means to believe in an incarnate God and what that then means for salvation. He readily dives into the often avoided doctrinal debates and eloquently portrays the biblical research done and the answers he found. This series, published by ONE audiobooks, seeks to produce Classic Christian titles read by well known and loved Christian audiobook narrators. ONE takes great care to cast these titles with readers who will provide an unmatched listening experience for these important works. Wayne Evans brings his passion to every performance and is considered to be one of the top audiobook narrators in the industry.

  • Title: Cur Deus Homo: Why God Became Man
  • Author: Anselm of Canterbury
  • Publisher: One Audiobooks
  • Print Publication Date: 2022
  • Logos Release Date: 2022
  • Era: era:modern
  • Language: English
  • Resources: 1
  • Format: Digital › Audio
  • Subjects: Religion › Christian Theology--Soteriology; Religion › Christian Theology--Christology; Religion › Christian Theology--Doctrinal see Christian Theology--Systematic; Religion › Christian Theology--General
  • ISBNs: 9781646894529, 1646894529
  • Resource ID: LLS:9781646894529
  • Resource Type: Media
  • Metadata Last Updated: 2022-10-02T21:55:47Z

Anselm of Canterbury (1033–1109) was a Scholastic philosopher and clergyman, born in Aosta, NW Italy. He left Italy in 1056 and settled at the Benedictine abbey of Bec in Normandy. He moved to England to succeed Lanfranc as Archbishop of Canterbury in 1093. His strong principles brought him into conflict both with William II and Henry I in England, and he was temporarily exiled by each of them. Greatly influenced by Augustine, Anselm sought ˜necessary reasons’ for religious beliefs, notably the famous ontological argument for the existence of God.


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