Anselms view of the atonement is two ideas that cohesively work together to explain his
viewpoint. The first idea is that of satisfaction and the second is that of the God-man. Together
these two ideas make up Anselms angle on how Christ saves humanity. T
MARTIN LUTHER SQ
How does Luther describe the two parts of human nature?
Man is composed of a twofold nature, a spiritual and a bodily. As regards the spiritual nature,
which they name the soul, he is called the spiritual, inward, new man;
How would you describe the steps of humility? What is the final goal of these
steps? (Chp. 7)
The steps of humility to me seem like a very depressing journey to undergo. These
steps slowly numb the mind to a state that is seemingly un-human
If the monk represents the ideal Christian, how would you characterize the Christianity of this
period? What seems to be most important?
The Christians at this time had a very unique ideal of how to be a premiere follower of Christ.
The monks lived in sol
The definition of antinomian is one who holds that under the gospel dispensation of
grace the moral law is of no use or obligation because faith alone is necessary to salvation. By
this definition, I believe that Luther is an antinomian. The main reason I
ST. IGNATIOUS SQ
What is the purpose and foundation of the exercises? What is the result? (First Week)
The purpose behind the exercises is to clear the mind of wants and desires and to choose
only what is most conducive for us to the end fo
1. The Aeons are spiritual beings who emanate from the Monad (God) before the creation
of the physical world. How would you describe the existence of the Monad and the
Aeons before matter is created?
The way I would describe the existence of the Monad is
What, according to Anselm, is the proper relationship between faith and reason? (chp
According to Anselm, the proper relationship between faith and reason is one of
compatibility. Anselm and Boso appeal to reason because they believe. This meanin
What is Perpetua's social status and family situation? (Sec. 2)
Perpetua was born into a noble family which made her a high class citizen. She was one of three
children and had an infant son.
How do you interpret Perpetua's first vision? What does i
The Passion of the Saints Perpetua and Felicity
Looking at different examples throughout the text it is clear that martyrdom was an
honored death and even something people strived for at times. This heroic sense of pride is
exemplified through the actions