In the last chapter we considered the first half of what theologians deal with in examining theological anthropology, namely, Who are these humans God has made? But now we come to the second half: What has gone wrong? When trying to understand the springs that move humanity, it is not only a matter of determining the material out of which we are made and the purposes for which we aim, but also a matter of ascertaining why things seem out of whack. We now move into the province of the doctrine of sin.
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