Christology and anthropology – a very nice summary of my book
Kyle Strobel has just posted a very nice summary of my book Embodied Souls, Ensouled Bodies: An Exercise in Christological Anthropology and Its Significance for the Mind/Body Debate. This is the published version of my dissertation. So, if you don’t have the time (or the money) to read the whole book, go on over to Theology Forum and check out Kyle’s post. I’d be happy to interact with thoughts/comments/questions there.
By the way, if you’re a Th.M. student involved in this semester’s philosophy and theology class may find this post particularly interesting. My dissertation is really an exercise in philosophical theology and in many ways it displays my understanding of how philosophy and theology interact. When we get a little further along in the class, I’ll be using the mind/body debate to explain my approach to philosophical theology.
Posted on September 20, 2010, in Anthropology, Th.M. Program and tagged Anthropology, Biological anthropology, body and soul, Embodied Souls, Ensouled bodies, Karl Barth, mind/body debate, philosophy and theology, Philosophy of mind, theological anthropology. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.