Fall 2015 – Vol. 49, No. 1 – The Imago Dei and Human Nature

The imago Dei and Human Nature

Fall 2015 – Vol. 49, No. 1

Rev. Dr. Brian L. Friedrich, Presidentissues_spring_2015


What It Means to be Human: The Debate Continues
Klaus Detlev Schulz

9.5 Theses
Gabriel Haley

The Imago Dei, Anthropology, and Why It Matters: Observations for Christians
Jack M. Schultz, Ph.D.

Book Reviews

Editorial Committee

Book Reviews
Graphic Design
Copy Editor
Circulation Coordinator

Russell Moulds, Ph.D.
J. Dirk Reek, M.Div., Ph.D.
Daniel Thurber, A.D.
Brian L. Friedrich, M.Div., Ph.D.
Charles Blanco, M. Div., Ph.D.
Seth A. Boggs, M.F.A.
Marlene Block, B.A.
Holly Matzke


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