The Creation of Man: Intelligence, Dominion, Love

with Fr. George Elliott

An in depth analysis of three verses in Genesis sheds light onto God’s greatest creation: man. Human beings are not only created in the image and likeness of God, but are also given dominion over creation and invited to imitate the love of the Trinity. In summary, man is pretty much a big deal. Tune into this Catholic Bytes episode to find out exactly why.

Further Resources:

  1. Online: St. Paul Center For Biblical History’s Class on Gen 1-3
  2. Online: Arthur McGill’s chapter on Self-Giving as the Inner Life of God
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Fr. George Elliott grew up across the United States until he settled in NE Texas in ’99. He is now a priest of the Diocese of Tyler, TX. Having completed a Licentiate in Patristics, the study of the life and thought of the early Christians, he is currently pursuing his Doctorate. He hopes to apply the effective methods of evangelization used in the early Church to modern America. When not studying or doing pastoral work, he enjoys reading, rock climbing, and sailing.