The Teaching of Duns Scotus on Whether Only a God-Man Could Make Satisfaction for Sin within the Context of Thirteenth-Century Franciscan Theology

The Thomist 79 (4):551-84 (2015)

Andrew Rosato
Thomas Aquinas College
An examination of how Anselm's claim that only a God-man could make satisfaction for sin was interpreted in the writings of Bonaventure, Peter of John Olivi, Richard of Middleton, and Duns Scotus.
Keywords Anselm  Atonement  Bonaventure  Peter Olivi  Duns Scotus  Cur Deus Homo
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