This book offers Christian laypeople a brief and accessible perspective on what the Bible teaches about ecology and about Christians’ responsibility to care for the environment. The book situates these subjects within the framework of the Bible’s overarching teachings about creation, fall, redemption, and new creation.
The author also explores his theme by examining relevant scientific and historical data, as well as by discussing the history of philosophy and theology.
The book’s chapters and subsections are brief, making the discussion easy to follow, and the volume ends with practical tips for how people of faith can care for the environment in their daily lives.
Key points and features:
• Handy and accessible book on an increasingly vital topic
• Includes practical tips for how Christians can care for the environment in their daily lives
• Affordable and relevant guidebook for pastors, students, teachers, people in the pews, and more