NEXT COURSE BEGINS NOVEMBER 15. Register here.
What Does It Mean To Be Human? is a 10 week elective course that addresses the far reaching implications of our understanding of the nature of humanity. This question impacts not just philosophers and scientists who want to understand the nature and function of a human being, but also countless issues that that are directly relevant to individuals across all cultures and worldviews. What we believe it means to be human is directly related to how we treat one another, how we treat ourselves, and how we understand why we are here. This is an immense topic, and this course covers a lot of ground.
This course features 17 of the RZIM speakers, which is the most of any of our courses. The diversity of perspectives and breadth of topics makes this a great option for anyone interested in having more informed conversations about life’s big questions, and naturally connecting common experiences to the gospel in conversation.