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that the fool is contradicting himself - that the concept of God is unique in that anyone who understands what is meant by the question, "Does God exist?" will see that the answer must be "Yes." The argument has received mixed. Are available in a single paperback volume from Oxford Univ. 50.1) TP, 46 and 47 TP 48 See,.g., CT 226230 and CT 227. Other theories on the nature of Christ's atonement such as the Moral Influence view, originally formulated by Pierre Ablard, can also be seen as opposed to the Substitutionary view. For Goedel's version of the argument, and a reply pointing out a flaw in the argument, and for Anderson's restatement of Goedel's argument in terms that avoid the original flaw, see Anderson's article, "Some Emendations of Goedel's Ontological Proof" in the magazine. Citation needed Augustine teaches substitutionary importance of the beginning of the film Punitive Damage atonement. 1, it is thus connected with the legal concept of balancing out an injustice. "Original an infection of human nature itself, so that, unlike actual sin, it could not be expiated by the satisfaction of a mere man." 20 Thus Christ, as the "second Adam does penance in our place paying the debt of our original sin. Aquinas' theory is still official dogma within the Catholic Church, and it was affirmed at the Council of Trent.
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In Calvinist Penal Substitution, it is the punishment which satisfies the demands of justice. The Governmental view is the basis for the salvation theories of Protestant denominations who stress freedom of the will as in Arminianism. Christ's organizations - Keeping Up with the Times surplus can therefore repay our deficit. From the Preface to the Proslogion: I have written the little work that follows. Almost at once another theologian, Gaunilon, wrote, "A Reply on Behalf of the Fool." Thomas Aquinas rejected Anselm's argument as inconclusive (and is followed in this by most Roman Catholic writers today). This is justice, or uprightness of will, which makes a being just or upright in heart, that is, in will; and this is the sole and complete debt of honor which we owe to God, and which God requires." 5 Having failed. I am not attempting, O Lord, to penetrate your loftiness, for I cannot begin to match my understanding with it, but I desire in some measure to understand your truth, which my heart believes and loves. In his section on the Incarnation, Aquinas argues that Christ's death satisfies the penalty owed by sin, 14 and that it was Christ's Passion specifically that was needed to pay the debt of man's sin. For several other theories of the Atonement, read the Essays.