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A Christian Philosophy of Man

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Franz Marlou Valeña

on 7 January 2015

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Transcript of A Christian Philosophy of Man

A Christian Philosophy of Man
Man as the crown of Creation
Man is considered as the crown of all God's
creation because he is the only created thing
made in "image" and "likeness" of God, therefore, uniquely distinct in his existence. No other
creature is like man; he is one of a kind.
Only man has been "crowned with
glory and honor."
Reflect and answer the following:
What is meant by the
Imago Dei
?
Is man indeed the image of Deity?
What are the implications of
man's likeness to God?
Is man truly unique, and does he
stand in special relationship to God?
Human Relationship
Man and Religion
- refers to the "human-Divine" partnership.

Man and Morality
- morality connects good moral conduct with happiness, the goal of man. This relation constitutes the human activity which is to Ethics.

Man and Social Relations
- man by nature and inclination tends towards group life. This human activity results to a social relationship
Man: The crown of Creation
The Gifts of Man
The purpose of the gifts . .
To serve for the betterment and perfection not only for the individual man but for all humanity of which he is inseparably a member.

Intended to be dynamic and dialectically directed toward man's supreme purpose and destiny which is happiness- not only for himself but for all human beings.
Human Relationship
Man and Politics
- refers to the relationship of man and the state, the ruler and the ruled.

Man and Economics
- because man has the natural right to live, he has the right to satisfy his wants and needs which was necessary for his survival is governed by a branch of social science called ECONOMICS.
Man as the crown of Creation
Religious
Spiritual
Rational
Physical
Social
Political
Emotional
Moral
Man determines his/her own purpose
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