The Voice of Anselm Rises Again
Anselm was a well known 11th century Benedictine monk who has mostly been forgotten by the contemporary church. He was the Archbishop of Canterbury and was known for his courage. His ministry was marked by many conflicts with the power brokers of his day as he insisted on the truth of the gospel. He was also known for his great theological mind.
I would like to focus on Anselm’s argument for the existence of God. Today the church is standing against a headwind of atheism. This wind of atheism cannot last long because it has no foundation and offers no positive vision. Nevertheless, the gusts of atheism do kick up from time to time and, tragically, slay thousands in their path.
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