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Who am I? Who are we? What does it mean to be human? Ageless questions of identity like these have become more urgent of late.

Rapid social and technological change and heightened debates on ecology, poverty, race, modern slavery, abortion, euthanasia and sexuality have thrown them into sharp relief. They’re questions...

Elsewhere in Scripture, such queries are informed by the foundational teaching of Genesis 1:27, that God made humans in His own image. Later, for instance, Paul describes Jesus as the perfect...

Unpacking what it means to be God’s image bearers is a key part of what’s more formally called ‘theological anthropology’. The Latin term ‘imago Dei’ is often used in this context. Making sense...

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