Is it true that according to Genesis 2:7 a human life does not begin until it takes its first physical breath?
J.K. McKee of Messianic Apologetics addresses the deep theological and philosophical issue of what makes human beings different from the animals.
I heard a Messianic teaching that advocated human beings were not made in the image of God? Can you explain this?
Is it not true that the image of God placed upon humans is just the capacity to rule Planet Earth?
If humans and animals have the “breath of life,” would it not seem logical that both experience the same kind of death?
To what degree do you think the human consciousness is reliant upon the body and the brain?