Tuesday 20 December 2016

Southwestern Journal of Theology 59, 1 (2016) on Humanity

The latest volume of the Southwestern Journal of Theology contains several essays devoted to ‘Concerning Humanity’. Here’s an excerpt from the opening editorial piece:

‘The study of humanity encompasses all of what a person is. How are we created? What makes up our person? What does it mean to male and female? It is important that we consider these, and many more questions, as we construct our own theologies. For if we do not give them the attention they deserve, or if we answer them incorrectly or inadequately, deficiencies will arise in our theologies as a whole.’

The entire issue is available as a pdf here.

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