Date of Award

6-1-1959

Document Type

Thesis

Degree Name

Master of Theology (Th.M)

Department

Systematic Theology

First Advisor

Lewis Spitz

Scripture References in this Resource

John 6:35; 47; Genesis 26:12; Leviticus 14:5; Jeremiah 2:13; Joshua 5:8; Job 14:14; 2 Kings 4:7; 2 Kings 8:8; Daniel 12:2; Jude 15:19; Proverbs 7:23; Genesis 35:18; Genesis 12:5; Genesis 27:25; Genesis 46:27; Numbers 23:10; Genesis 2:7; Job 27:3; 1 Kings 19:10; Isaiah 2:22; Deuteronomy 20:16; Jeremiah 2:24; Jeremiah 14:6; Hosea 8:7; Job 41:8; Genesis 3:8; Numbers 11:31; Judges 8:3; Genesis 45:27; 1 Samuel 30:12; Ezekiel 37:S; 6; 8; Isaiah 26:9; Psalm 147:17; Job 15:13; Ecclesiastes 10:4; Job 27:3; Genesis 6:17; Judges 3:10; Judges 14:6;

Abstract

The Christian doctrine of hum.an nature as a section of theology is fundamentally built upon the basis of the divine revelation in Scripture, and looks at .man in his relation to God. Therefore, the study of man's life in theology has its own principle which is different from that of science or philosophy. Since Christian anthropology is based on the divine revelation, there must be no contradiction between theological and scientific know1edge concerning life, but we cannot expect to get every detail of scientific answer of human nature out of the Bible.

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