Brand: University Press of America


  • Publish Date: 1999-01-28
  • Binding: Paperback
  • Author: Morris A. Inch

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MAN: The Perennial Question brings together essays that document a lifetime of reflection on the significance of man as cast in God's world starting with those written in the sixties and ending with the author's recent writing. The focus surrounds the question 'What is Man,' from Psalm 8:4, which Thomas Huxley referred to as the 'question of questions.' The author draws upon his broad experience as a professor and administrator in the United States, Israel, and Romania, presenting the writing that came out of his time spent gathering knowledge and observing the nature of man from the viewpoint of theological anthropology. The development of the author's views can be understood as he incorporates his knowledge of scripture and religion with his experience with various cultures and their responses to religion, to discover its effect on their nature as people, tackling the changing questions brought about as time passes.

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