by Jonathan Tomes Trevor does not say anything very controversial in his criticism of Pierced for Our Transgressions, not according to scholarship, but I hope in what follows to raise significant concerns about the state of relevant scholarship on Aquinas’s doctrine of atonement. I will not argue for a model or theory of penal substitutionary… Read More What Exactly is Satisfaction in Aquinas? A short essay on a long note
The Regensburg Forum is pleased to feature a guest essay by Dr. Charles Raith II. He currently serves as the Vice President of Ethics and Mission at Mercy Health Ministry. Previously, he was Assistant Professor of Religion & Philosophy at John Brown University. Introduction “The Schools have always gone from worse to worse, until at… Read More Scholastic Developments on Merit: A Downward Path into Pelagianism?