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Body, soul, and human life : the nature of humanity in the Bible / Joel B. Green. [print]

By: Green, Joel B, 1956- [author]Material type: TextTextSeries: Studies in theological interpretationPublication details: Grand Rapids, Michigan : Baker Academic, [(c)2008. Description: xviii, 219 pages ; 22 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9780801035951; 0801035953; 9781842275399; 1842275399Subject(s): Bible -- Criticism, interpretation, etc | Theological anthropologyLOC classification: BT701.3.B639 2008BT701.3.G796.B639 2008COPYRIGHT NOT covered - Click this link to request copyright permission:
Contents:
The Bible, the natural sciences, and the human person What does it mean to be human? ; Sin and freedom Being human, being saved The resurrection of the body.
Summary: Are humans composed of a material body and an immaterial soul? This view is commonly held by Christians, yet it has been undermined by recent developments in neuroscience. How much of Christian theology is built on views of humanity that modern science has proved to be untenable? Exploring what Scripture and theology teach about issues such as being in the divine image, the importance of community, sin, free will, salvation, and the afterlife, Joel Green argues that a dualistic view of the human person is inconsistent with both science and Scripture--From publisher description.
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The Bible, the natural sciences, and the human person What does it mean to be human? ; Sin and freedom Being human, being saved The resurrection of the body.

Are humans composed of a material body and an immaterial soul? This view is commonly held by Christians, yet it has been undermined by recent developments in neuroscience. How much of Christian theology is built on views of humanity that modern science has proved to be untenable? Exploring what Scripture and theology teach about issues such as being in the divine image, the importance of community, sin, free will, salvation, and the afterlife, Joel Green argues that a dualistic view of the human person is inconsistent with both science and Scripture--From publisher description.

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