Description: This is a course in theological anthropology. We ask the question: What does it mean to be human? Of course an answer to such a question requires the insights of psychology, philosophy, linguistics, chemistry, biology, physics-in short, the whole range of things by which humans experience and understand themselves, the world around them, and God. This course will be limited to theological perspectives that explore how Christians have attempted to answer this question in the past and, drawing from contemporary resources, how we struggle to answer this question today.
Seminary: Regis College, University of Toronto
Science areas: Psychology, chemistry, biology, and physicsCreation Fall Grace Glory (Dias)