What is Man?

Who is God? What is man? These two questions have been with humanity throughout our entire existence. The history of thought is indelibly marked by their stubborn presence. But the order of the questions, as I’ve listed here, is vitally important. It is only in answering the first question that we can answer the second, at least in a way that makes meaningful the human experience.

There are immediate, direct, and lasting implications to how you answer these questions. But where can we find compelling answers that will stand the test of time? Can we look to the founding fathers of America? Can we look to Charles Darwin? Can we look to the Supreme Court? To whom can we look?

The following video is from a sermon I shared in Southern Seminary chapel on Psalm 8 in which I seek to outline a biblical answer to the question “What is man?”.