As a special help to you in your thinking about the History of Christian Education and its integration to Historical Theology, we wanted to share the following resource– one in a 7 part series, one per week, beginning August 14 through September 25.
By Kenneth Samples (excerpt)
Can faith and reason be compatible? Does reason support the truth-claims of Christianity? Many people today believe in a false dichotomy that forces faith and reason into separate categories—but thinkers like St. Anselm, a medieval Italian, have offered compelling arguments for integrating faith and reason. St. Anselm’s ontological argument for God’s existence was a significant, though controversial, contribution that still impacts Christian apologetics. Here’s your crash course on the life and accomplishments of St. Anselm—and why he matters today.