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Introducing Christian Doctrine Chapter 17: Introduction to the Doctrine of Humanity
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Tends to view humans as members of the animal kingdom. Thus human motivation is understood primarily in terms of biological drives and conditioned responses.
Human nature was a new creation, not derived from evolutionary process.
As creatures, humans are limited in knowledge, in intellectual and physical accomplishment, and by mortality.
human creation by theistic evolution
The first human's spiritual nature was by a direct creation, but his physical nature was a result of evolution. God created the first human by taking an existing creature and giving it a soul.
human creation by fiat creation
God created every species in a brief period of time.
human creation by progressive creation
God directly created both the physical and spiritual nature of the first human.
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