This chart contains a grid for different philosophical anthropologies that answer the question of personhood.
Complete the following chart in the context of defining what it means to be human according to Christianity, Materialism, and your own Personal View. Refer to the assigned reading for explanation of characteristics listed on the left.
Created in God’s image to respect others in this image.
Individual translation of life. Born not created.
Higher power, God is creator of everything on earth
God is evolving in Father, Son and Holy spirit. There is a good and evil spiritual world around us.
One dimension. What is seen is real. What is given is chance.
There is a constant spiritual war around us. God dwells in those who believe in Him
Abstinence is practiced. Sex is only allowed between a married man and woman. It is cherished.
Sexual acts are seen as normal and pleasurable. While it is inappropriate to have multiple sex partners it is not looked down upon if a couple is not married or made of one man and one woman.
I believe God created a man and woman to be together hence human population is continued this way it seems the natural way. While I believe there can be “love” between gay couples. I see sexual encounters as normal, but something to cherish married or not.
Good v. evil. Living a “Godly” life. Repenting from sin. Living pure, practicing truth, love and respect.
Basic laws are put into place to stop the “wrong” form happening such as stealing. There is no persecution for sin.
It is important to live with Godly morals. Respecting each other, telling the truth, etc. I do believe in persecution for sins if one does not ask for forgiveness.
Belief in eternal life, death on earth is death of a “shell” and not a soul.
Every person born will ultimately die. No transition after death
We are not subject to death. God has a…