Category Archives: Anthropology

Identity in Christ: Momentary Grounding Found

The serpent’s lie was that we could be self-determining. He questioned our standing as creatures under God and encouraged Adam and Eve to see themselves as equal to God, able to judge what is right from what is wrong. With … Continue reading

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Identity in Christ: Eternal Grounding Lost

We must ground our entire existence in something transcendent. This is a natural and necessary part of being human. Everyone, everywhere, is aware that there is something beyond this life. Even the atheist, naturalist philosopher believes they hold a place … Continue reading

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Identity in Christ: The Need for Grounding

Identification – 1a : an act of identifying : the state of being identified  b : evidence of identity  2a : psychological orientation of the self in regard to something (as a person or group) with a resulting feeling of … Continue reading

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Col. 1:15-20: Who is Man?

A right understanding of who Jesus is then becomes the starting point for rightly understanding who we as humans are.  Colossians 1:15-20 depicts Jesus’ relationship to creation and to the new creation, specifically the church.  He is the one and … Continue reading

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