What Is Man? by J Stafford Wright and published by Classics.
“What is Man?” is a question first recorded some 3,000 years ago, and it has grown in intensity ever since. Man is so obviously more than a body. Mind, memory, appreciation of beauty, creative powers of thought and action – these make up the real personality. And what of humanity’s powers of love and hate, that have such far-reaching consequences beyond himself? Above all, what of his sense of the super-natural, his universal consciousness of God?
In this book, the author faces these and many other questions, and marshals such evidence as experience and scientific enquiry can offer. All these tests by the Biblical revelation concerning man’s nature, and the purpose of God in humanity. In a brief final chapter he focuses attention on the Perfect Man, Jesus Christ, in whom God came down to redeem fallen humanity and to restore man to fellowship with His Maker.