Pastor Tim Keller teaches on the many connections between creation care and Christianity. He says that we haven’t delved deeply enough into the resources present within Christianity and applied them to the call to care for the earth.
Sometimes it seems like everything shakes down out of the first three chapters of Genesis. In the book of Genesis the Bible presents the story of our first parents that is packed with meaning. In his essay, “What Happened to Dominion?” Dean Ohlman writing at Wonder of Creation takes a slow walk through those first [...]
Dean Ohlman at Wonder of Creation features four prominent theologians of nature in four successive posts. In each Ohlman provides a short introduction and then excerpts a sample out of one of their major works. The posts are a good introduction and a who’s who in the history if creation care. The theologians are: Francis Schaeffer, [...]
There are lots of reasons to care for the Earth. Here are some. Here are some. Here are some others. But Tom Rowley, writing at A Rocha, says at the end of the day for Christians one reason should be primary: God. “For Christians, the primary reason for caring for that which God created is simply because God created [...]
God sees the world as a good in its own right, not as our expendable playground. If that is true, then part of Christian maturity is coming to care for what the Lord cares about, namely, the earth.
Here are some ideas that have been benchmarks to me in my own journey to see the glory of the Lord in the earth he has made…
Where do Christians look for answers to suffering and confusion? God himself instructs us to consider his handiwork.