In the light of what powers and faculties are human beings responsible individuals in the everyday? The grace of God and how it operates are in the wings. Our createdness is spoiled by the Fall, so that our free choices are not holy and pure, and we need the Redeemer. How does the possession of such powers mesh with the gracious, saving work of Christ, with divine providence and predestination, and with the activity of the Holy Spirit? These matters are central to Christian theology. The historic position of the Reformed faith is that theology takes in such createdness. This book is thus a contribution to anthropology, taking in its relations to factors that inform theological judgments.