While there is a unity to truth from God's perspective, nevertheless, there are many different ways of knowing, studying, and defining that truth. Thus, "the task of integration is the task of relating theology and other disciplines in such a way that one articulates and defends a comprehensive, unified Christian worldview."

Christian Perspectives on Being Human is a vital step in that essential process of integration.

In this unique anthology, colleagues from various departments at Biola University undertake an important multidisciplanary approach to integration. J. P. Moreland and David Ciocchi represent philosophy in this discussion; Robert Saucy, theology; Sherwood Lingenfelter, anthropology; Nancy Duvall and Keith Edwards, psychology; Walt Russell and Scott Rae, New Testament and medical ethics; and Klaus Issler, Christian education.



J. P. Moreland is professor of philosophy of religion at Talbot School of Theology, Biola University. He holds a Ph.D. from the University of Southern California and is author of Scaling the Secular City: A Defense of Christianity and Christianity and the Nature of Science.

David M. Ciocchi is associate professor of philosophy at Biola. His Ph.D. is from Fuller Theological Seminary.


CHRISTIAN PERSPECTIVES ON BEING HUMAN
J.P. Moreland and David M. Ciocchi, Editors

Baker Books
Grand Rapids, Michigan
Copyright 1993

ISBN: 0-8010-6300-0