It is impossible to turn on the news or even drive down the street without encountering debates about environmental ethics. In a sea of data and a host of conflated issues, figuring out how Christians should respond to the predictions of environmentalists can be confusing. Hope for God’s Creation by ethicist Andrew Spencer is scientifically informed, but theologically driven. It helps the reader to understand how to read the Bible in light of science, why creation has value, what humans were placed on the earth for, and where God’s creation is heading in the eschaton.
Hope for God’s Creation provides a theological perspective for environmental ethics that will help frame a robustly orthodox, biblical advocacy for stewardship of creation.
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