The Doctrine of Humanity | Owen Strachan

This essay examines humanity through a theological survey of God’s intentions for the crown of his creation. We give special and deserved attention to the early chapters of Genesis, believing that these chapters reveal God’s creational design and establish God’s creational order. This essay treats Adam as a historical person who sinned against God in a real garden denouement. Despite this tragedy, we may know redemption in Christ the true human, and may thus both work and rest unto the glory of God, fulfilling God’s intentions in an escalated Christocentric form. [Read More]