Frankenstein is the one who steals from the gods (God?) the ability to create life from that which is lifeless.
Summary: The classic collection of letters between a senior demon and junior tempter charged with undermining the new found faith of his “patient.”
Whether we think of the image of God as being related to human beings’ unique rationality, their place as representatives of God’s reign, their potential for relationships, or their ability to make moral choices, the fact remains that the Christian faith claims each human life has great worth that cannot be dismissed and ought not to be forgotten.
Matthew Boedy reflects on how we might respond to overnaming in academic life.
After the fall, how then do we live? How then do we name?