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Stewards of the Earth : Christianity and creation care / Christianity Today International.

Contributor(s): Material type: TextTextLanguage: English Series: Best of Christianity TodayPublisher: Bellingham, WA : Lexham Press, [2022]Copyright date: ©2022Description: xvii, 284 pages 22 cmContent type:
  • text
Media type:
  • unmediated
Carrier type:
  • volume
ISBN:
  • 1683595815
  • 9781683595816
Subject(s): Genre/Form: DDC classification:
  • 261.88 23/swe
Contents:
Introduction by Loren Wilkinson: Fifty years of American Evangelical thinking about the Gospel and creation -- Fulfilling God's cultural mandate (1970) -- Ecologism: a new paganism? (1970) -- Terracide (1971) -- Christianity and the environmental crisis (1971) -- The environmental movement--five causes of confusion (1972) -- A message to polluters from the Bible (1974) -- Global housekeeping: lords or servants? (1980) -- A handful of mud (1985) -- Is there room for prolife environmentalists? (1990) -- Are we our planet's keeper (1991) -- Earth summit: searching for a spiritual foundation (1992) -- Redeeming the environmentalists (1993) -- How Christian is the green agenda? (1993) -- Is the Earth alive? (1993) -- Eco-myths (1994) -- Christmas unplugged (1996) -- Greening of the Gospel? (1996) -- God's green acres (1998) -- Heat stroke (2005) -- Environmental wager (2005) -- Imagining a different way to live (2006) -- One-size politics doesn't fit all (2007) -- The good shepherds (2007) -- Second Coming ecology (2008) -- Not one sparrow (2009) -- A feast fit for the King (2010) -- Whole Earth evangelism (2010) -- The joyful environmentalists (2011) -- Back to the Garden (2011) -- Three reasons why evangelicals stopped advocating for the environment (2017) -- Oil is a gift from God. Are we squandering it? (2019).
Summary: "Stewards of the Earth collects five decades of articles from Christianity Today that display the diversity and development of evangelical perspectives on creation care. Some articles address the concerns evangelicals have over cooperating with the broader environmentalist movement or lay out positive ways to navigate or overcome these hesitations. Other articles present constructive approaches to creation care. With a new introduction by Loren Wilkinson and contributions from writers like Bill McKibben, Ronald Sider, Leslie Leyland Fields, and Andy Crouch, these essays preserve the wisdom of the past to provide insight for the future"-- Provided by publisher.
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Includes bibliographical references and scripture index.

Introduction by Loren Wilkinson: Fifty years of American Evangelical thinking about the Gospel and creation -- Fulfilling God's cultural mandate (1970) -- Ecologism: a new paganism? (1970) -- Terracide (1971) -- Christianity and the environmental crisis (1971) -- The environmental movement--five causes of confusion (1972) -- A message to polluters from the Bible (1974) -- Global housekeeping: lords or servants? (1980) -- A handful of mud (1985) -- Is there room for prolife environmentalists? (1990) -- Are we our planet's keeper (1991) -- Earth summit: searching for a spiritual foundation (1992) -- Redeeming the environmentalists (1993) -- How Christian is the green agenda? (1993) -- Is the Earth alive? (1993) -- Eco-myths (1994) -- Christmas unplugged (1996) -- Greening of the Gospel? (1996) -- God's green acres (1998) -- Heat stroke (2005) -- Environmental wager (2005) -- Imagining a different way to live (2006) -- One-size politics doesn't fit all (2007) -- The good shepherds (2007) -- Second Coming ecology (2008) -- Not one sparrow (2009) -- A feast fit for the King (2010) -- Whole Earth evangelism (2010) -- The joyful environmentalists (2011) -- Back to the Garden (2011) -- Three reasons why evangelicals stopped advocating for the environment (2017) -- Oil is a gift from God. Are we squandering it? (2019).

"Stewards of the Earth collects five decades of articles from Christianity Today that display the diversity and development of evangelical perspectives on creation care. Some articles address the concerns evangelicals have over cooperating with the broader environmentalist movement or lay out positive ways to navigate or overcome these hesitations. Other articles present constructive approaches to creation care. With a new introduction by Loren Wilkinson and contributions from writers like Bill McKibben, Ronald Sider, Leslie Leyland Fields, and Andy Crouch, these essays preserve the wisdom of the past to provide insight for the future"-- Provided by publisher.

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