What is the image of God? What does it mean that we are made in God's image, and why is that so important to our identity? Join John Stonestreet and T. M. Moore as they explore the unique significance that Christianity places on the human person. Stonestreet and Moore interweave evidence from the great philosophers with examples of current cultural trends to demonstrate why Christianity is the only religion to fully explain the human condition, human dignity as an inherent attribute, the responsibilities of being made in God's image, and much more.
The five videos include:
1. The Human Condition: What Christianity Gets that Other Worldviews Miss
2. We Are What We _____: God's Anthropology
3. The Image and Human Dignity: What Christianity Gave the World
4. What Happened to Man When God Died
5. Remaking God's Image: The Brave New World of Biotechnology
Written by T. M. Moore, the participant guide is divided into five parts. Each part is divided into seven days of reading and reflecting, followed by a group discussion session. Other formats are possible and group leaders should feel free to experiment or make changes as needed.
Offer includes one DVD (approx 45 mins) and one Participant Guide (155 pages). Order extra guides here.
John Stonestreet is the co-host of BreakPoint radio as well as The Point- nationally syndicated radio programs with thought-provoking commentaries on current events and relevant issues as seen through the Christian worldview. He is also the host of the video programs Two Minute Warning and The Re: Series, and author of Making Sense of Your World: A Biblical Worldview. John directs conferences and curriculum projects, speaks to groups nationally and internationally and consults on worldview education for schools and churches.
T. M. Moore is a fellow of the Wilberforce Forum of BreakPoint, contributing BreakPoint writer, and dean of the Centurions Program. He also serves as principal of The Fellowship of Ailbe, a spiritual order in the Celtic tradition. He served as President of Chesapeake Theological Seminary in Baltimore for nearly thirteen years. He is the author of a dozen books and numerous essays, articles, and reviews. His poetry has appeared in over a dozen journals and periodicals, including The Formalist and Theology Today. He is the editor of the series, Jonathan Edwards for Today's Reader (P & R Publishing).
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