By Van Huyssteen
Among different issues, van Huyssteen argues that medical notions of human forte aid us to floor theological notions of human specialty in flesh-and-blood, embodied studies and guard us from overly complicated theological abstractions in regards to the "image of God." concentrating on the interdisciplinary challenge of human origins and strong point, van Huyssteen accesses the origins of the embodied human brain throughout the staggering prehistoric cave work of western Europe, fifteen of that are reproduced in colour during this volume.
Boldly connecting the generally separated fields of Christian theology and paleoanthropology via cautious interdisciplinary mirrored image, Alone within the World? will inspire sustained research into the query of human uniqueness.
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