Tag: Theological Anthropology

Klyne Snodgrass’ “Who God Says You Are: A Christian Understanding of Identity” [Book Review]

There are few subjects that all people everywhere struggle with, but identity is one of them. As basic a human need as water, food, and sleep, a person must have an identity. As philosophy, social […]

Resurrection, Human Rights, & Non-Christians [Common Thought]

Last week’s [Common Thought] post about the history, context, and theological implications of the Bible’s use of the concept ‘Image of God’ prompted a further interaction. This interaction begins to explore the idea that the […]

The Image of God: It’s Not for Everyone [Common Thought]

When reading or listening to Christian speakers and authors it does not take long to come across the phrase ‘Image of God.’ Image of God language is used to invoke a sense of absolute, innate […]

Sin Gave Jesus a Penis? [Course Reverie]

Our cohort has begun new class called “Old Testament Theology.” The readings have already been enjoyable, and I look forward to working through the relationship Christians have to the Old Testament. An interesting conversation was […]

Paul’s “Flesh-y” Thoughts in Romans [Course Reverie]

This last week our MANT cohort began our second class on Romans with Dr. Scot McKnight. This class is focused on chapters nine through eleven, which heavily focus on the theological topic of election. Because […]