Reading Anselm: Context and Criticism

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Thursday, 24 June 2010

Recent Publications - June 2010 - Updated


M.J.S. Bruno, 'The Investiture Contest in Norman England: A Struggle Between St. Anselm of Canterbury and The Norman Kings: Part I' in American Benedictine Review, 61 (2010) 119-137.

J.R. Fortin, 'Saint Anselm and the Four Last Things' in American Benedictine Review, 61 (2010) 183-203.

P.D. Jones, 'Barth and Anselm: God, Christ and the Atonement' in International Journal of Systematic Theology, 12 (2010) 257-282.

P. Knauer, 'Anselm's Geschöpflichkeitsbeweis' in Zeitschrift für katholische Theologie, 132 (2010) 165-181.


L. Schumacher, Review of I. Logan, Reading Anselm's Proslogion: The History of Anselm's Argument and Its Significance Today in Modern Theology, 26 (2010) 471-473.

Saturday, 12 June 2010

Saint Anselm Journal - change

The Saint Anselm Journal has not disappeared, it has changed its URL as the website appears to have been redeveloped.

You can now find it at: