In This Place: The Image of God and the Spirit of Life

From Undergraduate Chapel: Spring 2012

Professor Jonathan Anderson teaches on Jesus' famous response to the Pharisees' question on taxation of "render to Caesar what is Caesar's and to God what is God's" from the context of the importance of religious images in authority structures and specifically the image of God in humans, as opposed to typical analysis of Jesus' political views

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