Drawing on Asante anthropology, Human Creation in the Image of God: The Asante Perspective examines the Christian understanding of imago dei. The book argues that human beings are the same and yet unique from God, reflecting the Trinitarian nature of Him. Human Creation in the Image of God will appeal to students, scholars, and practitioners interested in the meaning of creation imago dei.
New York, Bern, Berlin, Bruxelles, Vienna, Oxford, Wien, 2018. X, 176 pp., 3 tbl.
Acknowledgments – Introduction –The Asante Cosmology –The Asante Theory of the Composition of the Human Person –The Asante
Anthropology – Asante Philosophers and the Composition of the Human Person – Biblical Foundation and Early Church Fathers
on What It Means to Be Created in the Image of God – The Holy Spirit and Human Identity – The African Initiated Churches as
Illustration of Asante Clarification of Christian Anthropology – Conclusion – Bibliography.