Released in the UK November 2019
Released in the US November 2019
Royale Hardback 234 X 156 | 432 Pages
9781527105027 • £31.99 $39.99
BISAC – REL067020
Reenchanting Humanity is a work of systematic theology that focuses on the doctrine of humanity. Engaging the major anthropological questions of the age, like transgenderism, homosexuality, technology, and more, author Owen Strachan establishes a Christian anthropology rooted in Biblical truth, in stark contrast to the popular opinions of the modern age.
Owen Strachan is Provost and Professor of Theology at Grace Bible Theological Seminary in Conway, Arkansas.
If you want to know who you are in light of Scripture, and learn how to speak good news to our poor lost world, this book is must reading. From Scripture and faithful theological reasoning, Strachan carefully and wisely answers some of the most significant questions of our day. In this book we have the antidote to the diseased thinking of our day: a sound theological and Christocentric anthropology.
Stephen J. Wellum
Professor of Christian Theology, The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, Louisville, Kentucky
Every book Owen Strachan writes is worth the cover price, but ‘Reenchanting Humanity’ doubly so. Strachan tackles the pressing biblical, theological, and cultural issues pertaining to human existence and experience. As he does, Strachan is resolutely orthodox, helpfully prescient, and unmistakably clear. Strachan offers the reader a guided tour through biblical anthropology, and any who desires to engage these issues owes it to himself to buy and read this book.
Jason K. Allen
President, Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary
This book is a deep well issuing forth a fountain of biblical insight about what it means to be a human being created in the image of God. Drink deeply from this wonderful book.
Professor of Biblical Studies, Boyce College, Louisville, Kentucky
Strachan effectively argues that we rightly reenchant humanity, and thus come to see the truth, goodness, and beauty of humanity, only when we view it in relation to the end for which it was created: conformity to Jesus Christ, the meaning of life made flesh.
Kevin J. Vanhoozer
Research Professor of Systematic Theology, Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, Deerfield, Illinois