Theological Anthropology (BTS)

This course, taught by Nate Inglis at Bethany Theological Seminary, considers human nature in relation to God, intersecting with questions of grace, sin, salvation, and the person of Jesus Christ. By putting traditional Christian views of humanity in dialogue with insights from the natural and social sciences, this course focuses on current questions about gender, sexuality, race, disability, culture, the distinction between human beings and other animals, and humanity’s relationship to the natural world.

  • Course Categories: General Theology
  • Science Topics: Life Sciences, Physics and Cosmos
  • Seminaries: Bethany Theological Seminary
  • Syllabus: Theological Anthropology Syllabus
  • Tags:
    evolution, history of science, human nature, cosmology, sexuality, gender and feminism

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