, “Do you obsess over your appearance? Your brain might be wired abnormally.”
The naturalistic implication of this is pretty bleak. We have no ultimate control over our self-image because it’s how our brains are wired. There’s in the end no real hope because we essentially feel what we are genetically determined to feel. But the biblical view gives us something else. It tells us we were made in the image of God, so this perennial problem of our self-image can only be resolved in a perfect self-image, which nobody can claim or share but God alone. We either unite ourselves with him or try to be perfect all on our own.