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The Image and Likeness of God

The foundation for Christian anthropology is rooted in the very first chapter of the biblical text and storyline. Every person, male and female, is made in the image and likeness of God and, therefore, has a divinely ascribed dignity. This sermon will explore the beauty of this foundation as well as the ongoing implications. If the church believes that all people carry equal dignity, then it is critical that the church work to uphold and restore dignity for all people.

 

The Image and Likeness of God – Genesis 1:26-28

July 29, 2018

The foundation for Christian anthropology is rooted in the very first chapter of the biblical text and storyline. Every person, male and female, is made in the image and likeness of God and, therefore, has a divinely ascribed dignity. This sermon will explore the beauty of this foundation as well as the ongoing implications. If the church believes that all people carry equal dignity, then it is critical that the church work to uphold and restore dignity for all people.

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