Here's a helpful book about what it means to find your identity in Christ: Identity Theft edited by Melissa Kruger. It is specifically aimed at women, but I've found it helpful as a resource for my sermons on image and identity. There are ten chapters on biblical topics that have to do with the Christian's identity,… Continue reading Identity Politics (Anderson)
Since I'm doing a sermon series on image and identity, I picked up Love Thy Body by Nancy Pearcey. I've mentioned it here several times in the past month or two. I also recently picked up Body and Soul: Human Nature and the Crisis in Ethics by J. P. Moreland and Scott Rae. Body and Soul is a… Continue reading The Limits of Science Concerning Human Nature (Moreland/Rae)
I've been studying up on image and identity in preparation for a sermon series on these topics. Since our culture has a pragmatic feelings-based view of image and identity, I thought it would be good to talk about what Scripture says about these things. One book I'm reading is called Face Time by Kristen Hatten. It… Continue reading Following in Eve’s Relativist Footsteps (Hatton)
I'm very much enjoying Nancy Pearcey's new book, Love Thy Body. I'll come back to it again later, but for now I wanted to share an insightful observation of Pearcey's in the first chapter: If you favor abortion, you are implicitly saying that in the early stages of life, an unborn baby has so little value… Continue reading Abortion and Dehumanization (Pearcey)
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