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EXAM #2 REVIEW 10/02/2014 REVIEW Remember the names o Many start with the letter A Medieval Thought o Anselm o Abelard o Aquinas ° Important Questions Weaver will ask *How do you know God exists? *What is the meaning of the cross- where Jesus was sentence to die as a criminal? *How do you relate these truths if people don’t accept the Scriptures or the teaching of the Church? Anselm’s Method: Faith seeking understanding o Faith precedes and Assists reason o I believe so that I may understand The Ontological Argument o Starting point God is a being which none greater can be conceived Being in reality is greater than Being in thought If this Being is the understanding alone, then a greater can be conceived , which is a contradiction Therefore, God exists is reality Ontology is the study of being Ontological Argument: The Fool Anselm’s “Idea”
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