Tag Archives: Anthropology

The dignity of human beings

About the urgent challenge to tell people who they are, to enlighten them about their identity, that is, to teach without compromise the full biblical doctrine of our human being – its depravity, yes, but also its dignity. Continue reading

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What happened in Genesis 3?

By tracing our way through the original departure from God, we gain helpful insights into how to live as we were originally meant to live — as we were created to live. Continue reading

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Three kinds of people in the world

any merely twofold division of the world into good and bad is disastrous. It overlooks the fact that the members of the second class (to which most of us belong) are always and necessarily… Continue reading

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