What does it mean to be human from a christian point of view?
It means to be normal; the way you where intended to be, because ALL people make mistakes. making mistakes is apart of human nature.
In general terms, a Christian view of culture is a view that the customs, beliefs, and ethical 'dos and don'ts) of a society should be thoroughly informed by Christian Faith. In this view, what is believed, said, and done among members of the society in question is (or, ought to be) guided by a Christian perspective on what is appropriate and true for human life on earth.
I guess it depends on your point of view. In some cultures, inanimate objects have (or can acquire) souls. This is a view to which I personally subscribe - i.e. I don't believe human beings are more entitled to a soul than anything else in the universe. This is not a view expressed by the Judeo/Christian/Islamic tradition, however - so you will encounter strong opposition if you adopt this view.