Cur Deus Homo
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Cur Deus Homo? (Latin for "Why was God a Man?"), usually translated Why God Became a Man, is a book written by St Anselm of Canterbury in the period of 1094-1098. In this work he proposes the satisfaction view of the atonement.
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