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Why Do Humans Not Have Superpowers?

Updated: Apr 20

Kaitlyn is joined by theologian Christa McKirland to answer this week’s question, “Why do humans not have superpowers? I’d like to fly.” This might sound like a silly question, but it opens up a whole bunch of important theological ideas: why humans were made as dependent creatures, what the “image of God” really means, and what our resurrected bodies will be like. Plus, Christa argues that we actually do have superpowers! (What are they? You’ll have to listen to find out.)

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Ann Green
Ann Green
07 may

An interesting and new topic. Human capacity is a limit that we can explore every day in our development. However, superpower is an aspect that needs to be deeply exploited. Thank you for sharing.

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