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Humanity

The Struggle of Sanctification in the Psalms: Part I
Bryan D. Estelle, Resident Faculty  |   January 13, 2014   |  Scripture: Psalms, Old Testament   |  Type: Interviews, Office Hours

Office Hours continues talks with Dr. Bryan D. Estelle about the struggle of sanctification in the Psalms.

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What Have You Done?
David M. VanDrunen, Resident Faculty  |   March 1, 2010   |  Scripture:   |  Type: Articles

By God's providence, common grace, and natural law, there exist wholesome and virtuous aspects of human culture despite the total depravity of humankind.

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A Christian Anthropology for Contemporary Bioethics
David M. VanDrunen, Resident Faculty  |   April 1, 2008   |  Scripture:   |  Type: Articles

Regarding bioethics, perhaps no doctrine is more important than anthropology. Having a biblically-grounded anthropology certainly does not guarantee an easy answer to every bioethical question, but it does provide necessary context for evaluating bioethics conundrums.

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Just How Pro-Life Are You Really?
Michael S. Horton, Resident Faculty  |   July 1, 1992   |  Scripture:   |  Type: Articles

The significance of human beings over all other species resides in the image of God stamped on each person.

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