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Full Access Youth and Creation: A Biblical Theology of Growth & Development

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Youth and Creation: A Biblical Theology of Growth & Development

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The main purpose for Theology of Youth is to present a theological understanding of youth. Theological Anthropology is helpful with this task, but classical Theological Anthropology based on the creation account in Genesis creates particular challenges for understanding youth. Wisdom literature and in particular Job’s narrative of his creation in Job 10 proves more useful since it can explain growth and development as a part each human being’s creation.


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