Anselm of Canterbury [ePub]

by Simonetta Carr

"Anselm, one of the most original thinkers of the medieval West, lived in a world that is in many ways very different from ours. Yet many of Anselm's solutions to those timeless problems of how to deal with other people and how to speak about God are fresh even today, nine hundred years after he lived. Simonetta's book is a very fine introduction for children to Anselm, his world, and his role in it." Dr. Samu Niskanen, research fellow in history at Helsinki University and author of a new critical edition of Anselm's correspondence "It's delightful to see that an increasing number of Christian authors are bringing strong Christians in history to life in short biographies for young people. This short biography of Anselm of Canterbury is a good example of this wonderful trend. Young readers will become familiar with a man whom sadly few have ever heard of but who should be remembered for his witness of God's work." Tom Garfield, superintendent, Logos School, Moscow, Idaho

23.06.2017

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