What does it mean to be human in an age of science, technology, and faith?

Philip Hefner suggests that humans are best understood as “created co-creators”.

Many ideas and concepts in scholarship often lose relevance over time, but the created co-creator model has managed to remain viable for decades.

In Human Becoming in an Age of Science, Technology, and Faith, he explores this theological framework further, and how it stand up against the advance of artificial intelligence and robotics.⁠

Read Blessing T. Emmanuel’s full book review in the ISCAST Journal, Christian Perspectives on Science and Technology.