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Who We Are: Our Dignity As Human: A Neo-Evangelical Theology

Place of Publication: 
Grand Rapids

This is a print on demand book and is therefore non- returnable.

This timely theology of humankind gives an evangelical and Reformed perspective on what it means for us to be created in the image of God and shows how this image relates to contemporary problems of racism, sexuality, and our relationship to the natural world. The second volume in the late Paul Jewett's planned multivolume systematic theology — which began with God, Creation, and Revelation — this work brings solid biblical and theological scholarship to bear on the Christian doctrine of humankind, showing that our unique dignity as human beings is to have been created to live our lives before God, in loving responsibility toward God and other people. Excellent doctrinal sermons by Marguerite Shuster demonstrate how theological and practical aspects of the doctrine of humankind might be preached in local congregations. (Publisher)