Although there is deep disagreement concerning what being made in the image of God means, most theologians share a common … Continue reading Six Assumptions About The Meaning of the “Imago Dei”
Where do we begin when reflecting upon what it means to be made in the image of God? First, this … Continue reading What’s The Proper Starting Point for Our Theology of the Image of God?
This year’s Payton Lectures are being given by the Right Reverend Rowan Williams, the 104th Archbishop of Canterbury – what … Continue reading “HUMAN RIGHTS AND HUMAN IDENTITY: Response” – ROWAN WILLIAMS – THE 2018 PAYTON LECTURES
The following are notes from Frances Young’s plenary talk. Slime Mold Japanese Scientist “trained” them to make their way through … Continue reading LATC 2018 – Adam and Christ: Human Solidarity Before God
This is the final part of a short series in which I look at Stanley Grenz’s theological anthropology as it … Continue reading STANLEY GRENZ’S THEOLOGICAL ANTHROPOLOGY – A CRITIQUE (PT. 4)
During the 2012-2013 academic year, Biola University’s Center for Christian Thought brought together a number of philosophers, theologians, and scientists … Continue reading Neuroscience and the Soul
In the last several decades, theological anthropology has witnessed a Christocentric turn. Whether it was Ray Anderson’s claim that “only … Continue reading Book Note: Embodied Souls, Ensouled Bodies