8 anselm of canterbury o relation of faith and reason

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8Anselm of CanterburyoRelation of Faith and ReasonoOntological Argument – definition, summarize, GaunilooHe rejected Ransom Theory (define)Gregory of NyssaoSatisfaction Theory of the Atonement- basic outline, key wordsCur Deus HomoAbelardoHeloiseoMoral Influence Theory of the Atonement- basic outline/loveThomas AquinasoGreatest theologian of medieval eraoDumb OxoSumma TheologicaoCosmological Proofs (5)oTeleological Argument (# 5)oRelation of Reason and RevelationoView of AristotleoNatural theology (general revelation in relation to special revelation)Protestors before Luther (not a separate lecture)John Wyclifhe was one of the earliest people who wanted to reform the catholicchurchJohn Hushe is the first ACTUAL church reformer; he was burned at the stake foropposing the doctrines of the Roman Catholic ChurchMartin Luther and the Protestant Reformations-Martin Luther grows up in Germany, with a domineering father whowanted him to be a lawyer-Martin Luther was a catholic, very smart and dedicated to the churchbut he was depressed.-Battled fear and anxiety and felt God was punishing him and the devilwas hurting him.-He was afraid of God and feared that if he died, he would go to hell.-In the midst of a thunderstorm, he cries out to St. Anne, saying, “St.Anne help me! I’ll become a monk!”; Luther keeps to his word andbecomes a monk.-As a monk, he prays 14 times a day, doesn’t eat meat and is anoverachiever of the monastic lifestyle.
9-Confessed all his sins ALL the time.-Martin Luther goes on a pilgrimage to Rome and recognizes it is notanything special; it is just an ordinary city and he becomesdisappointed.-Luther thinks God is mad at him and feels he must do everything inhis power for God to change his mind.-Believed Word of God is Christ, not everything in the bible is equallyvaluableUniversity of Wittenberg: Martin Luther becomes the professor here and teachespeople how to read the bible (exegetical lectures) in 1512; while teaching hestumbles upon Romans 1:17 “the just shall live by faith”, he does not understandthis scripture at first, then he realizes he needs to have faith in God and hebecomes born again.95 Theseswritten by Martin Luther in 1517 that protests against the sale ofindulgencesoview of Purgatorybelieved that it was pointless to pray for the dead;believed that believers are completely cleansed in this life by the blood ofChrist and we cannot do anything to cleanse or sins other than to believethat Christ died on the cross to absolve all our sinsoview of Indulgencesstrongly believed that freedom from God’spunishment for sin could not be purchased with money; forgiveness wasGod’s alone to grant, and those who claimed that indulgences absolvedbuyers from all punishments and were granted salvation were in error.oJohann TetzelGerman-Dominican preacher who sold indulgences in orderto pay off his debts and help the roman catholic church raise money tobuild St. Peter’s basilica in Rome.o

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Term
Spring
Professor
Jain
Tags
Christianity, Protestant Reformation, Christian terms

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