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This article contends that the ‘structural’ view of the imago Dei, which identifies the image of God with (or as being a property of) the human soul, requires revision in light of exegesis of Genesis 1, and that philosophical reflection following aftersuch exegesis reveals that the imago Dei...
There have been several recent attempts to suggest that Christian doctrine and ethics are afflicted by a notion of authority rather alien to the Christian gospel. The history of this infection is often located in the official recognition of the church by the Roman Empire under Constantine in the...
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