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Anselm

Saint. 1033--1109, Italian Benedictine monk; archbishop of Canterbury (1093--1109): one of the founders of scholasticism; author of Cur Deus Homo? (Why did God become Man?). Feast day: Aug. 21
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All in all it is safe to say that Sweeney's study will be the most comprehensive guide to Anselm for years to come.
In Sections 68-70 Anselm uses "everyday arguments, and down-to-earth dialectic" to defend the thesis that the human soul that strives to love God will (a) live forever and (b) enjoy supreme happiness without end after death.
She's also the first woman to lead the Saint Anselm board in the 124-year history of the institution.
In discussing Merton's thoughts on Anselm there are several relevant sources.
Another major alternative to Anselm comes from those who consider the cross a nonviolent act of reconciliation (notably the Anabaptists; Willard Swartley, 10-12).
Students should narrow down their preferences to the courses they are interested in and then visit the particular university stall," said Anselm.
The Anselm Kiefer exhibition is on show at Baltic until January 16 next year.
DISPLAY The exhibition spans four decades of Anselm Kiefer's work
Anselm defines human freedom as 'the power to keep justice' and analyzes this in terms of a choice to set aside immediate desires and act from a desire that is aligned to the will of God.
Anselm said the inspections are important because secondhand dealers buy and sell firearms, and sometimes come into possession of stolen property.
The New Hampshire Institute of Politics at Saint Anselm College serves as a resource for students, scholars, politicians, and the general public.
Anselm Ubaka, 35, civil servant, Middlesbrough: "I am originally from London and I think you get better value for your council tax there than people do up here.