Gcu Personhood Chart
Submitted By abutler2590
This chart contains a grid for different philosophical anthropologies that answer the question of personhood.
Complete the following chart in the context of defining what it means to be human according to Christianity, Materialism, and your own Personal View. Refer to the assigned reading for explanation of characteristics listed on the left.
| Christianity | Materialism | Personal View | Relational | The building block of the church, the community. | Relationships built off of materials for beneficence for someone. | I believe this is to be building a relationship with God and with those who will do you good. | Multidimensional | One believing or serving more than 1 God, believing in or seeing different dimensions such as the heavenly realms. | Humans are material objects because of their body parts (veins, blood, etc.). | I believe this is to be believing in multiple Gods. This is also how we act as a human which is important since we are seen as multidimensional. | Sexual | Part of human nature, not meant to be thought of as a defining human characteristic. | Modern attitude towards sexuality. | I believe this should wait until one is married but this is not realistic in today’s time. | Moral | One is aware they are were made in an Image of God and his application of laws come into effect such as different behaviors. | Society that excels in creativity. Values can only be mad made related to humans. | I believe this to be human rights, a description of obligations and what is right and wrong. | Mortal | A deadly sin. | Subject to death due to caring too much about possessions. | I believe that sin is sin in Gods eyes no matter how big or small the sin is. To God killing and cursing is considered on the same level. | Destined for Eternal Life | Destined for eternal life:One may know only 1 true God, may have...