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Being Human

Ranald MacaulayJerram Barrs
Being Human

Being Human

Ranald MacaulayJerram Barrs

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Ranald Macaulay and Jerram Barrs discuss what it means to be created in the image of God, demonstrating that when we move closer to what God intended us to be, we become more fully human.

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Ranald Macaulay and Jerram Barrs discuss what it means to be created in the image of God, demonstrating that when we move closer to what God intended us to be, we become more fully human.
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Meet the Authors

Ranald Macaulay

Macaulay (M.A., Cambridge University) is principal of the CaMacaulay (M.A., Cambridge University) is principal of the Cambridge Centre for Apologetics, an educational program of Chmbridge Centre for Apologetics, an educational program of Christian Heritage. Formerly he worked with L'Abri Fellowship ristian Heritage. Formerly he worked with L'Abri Fellowship in England. in England. C

Jerram Barrs

Jerram Barrs is the founder and Resident Scholar of the Francis Schaeffer Institute at Covenant Theological Seminary. He also teaches apologetics and outreach, among other subjects, as Professor of Christianity and Contemporary Culture at Covenant. He and his wife were on staff at L'Abri in England for many years. His publications include Being Human, Shepherds and Sheep, Who Are the Peace-makers?, The Great Rescue, and The Heart of Evangelism, as well as the video series Building Up Bridges, Breaking Down Walls. His most recent publication is Through His Eyes: God's Perspective on Women in the Bible.
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  • Catalogue Code 118544
  • Product Code 1900507072
  • EAN 9781900507073
  • Pages 240
  • Department Academic
  • Category Philosophy
  • Sub-Category General
  • Publisher Authentic Media
  • Publication Date Jul 1996
  • Dimensions 200 x 133 x 14 mm
  • Weight 0.177kg

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