Christianity maintains that our true home is in heaven, with God. Will we be ghosts—that is, souls—without bodies there? C.S. Lewis seems to suggest not.
Philosopher and theologian Glenn Peoples defends a Christian materialist account of the Incarnation.
This is Part 4 of our series on Theological Anthropology, "What Is Man, That Thou Art Mindful of Him?"
Philosopher Charles Taliaferro responds to feminist critiques of Christian philosophical perspectives using Anselmian "perfect being" theology.
This is Part 2 of our series on Theological Anthropology, "What Is Man, That Thou Art Mindful of Him?"
Theologian Joshua Farris challenges the growing assumption that belief in immaterial souls is passé, specifically addressing the arguments of Joel Green, and reflecting on 2 Corinthians 5:1-10.
This is Part 1 of our series on Theological Anthropology, "What Is Man, That Thou Art Mindful of Him?"
Thoughtful Christians worship the God who created all things and who holds them in being moment-by-moment. They seek to follow their Lord's example and commands to show compassion, to heal the sick, and to worship God with their minds. Thus they see their engagement in science as a key part of obeying his commands and learning more of the greatness of God, by applying the fruits of scientific researches to the tasks of relieving suffering and bringing healing.
"Only a biblically and theologically informed understanding of the human person as so created, fallen and potentially redeemed through Christ facilitates the goal of human wholeness and holiness."
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