By John Butterfield
Environmental matters reminiscent of weather swap, toxins, waste, recycling, lack of habitat and species are at the political schedule at the present time all over the international. Christian theology is a source for realizing the area and God's method of operating in it. additionally it is helping Christians to determine what God wishes us to do. This publication is an indepth examine of 5 theological structures which exhibit eco-friendly characteristics.
John Butterfield examines evangelical, Orthodox, feminist, approach and new age Christian views and concludes that each one Christian theology could be eco-friendly. The earth is at a crossroads and Christians have an element to play sooner or later of the planet. All theologians agree that this is often God's global and that during a way or different we're stewards of creation.
The writer is a Methodist church minister in Scotland who researched this ebook whereas learning for a masters measure at Manchester University.
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