The Environment Matters: God isn’t just Restoring People, but all Creation

Some good thoughts to chew on…

…the land promise in the NT is expanded, in a manner typical of the shape of NT fulfillment, to include the whole world. Furthermore, I want to suggest that this restoration of “the world” is not to be spiritualized, nor can it be reduced to human beings only. It includes a . . . → Read More: The Environment Matters: God isn’t just Restoring People, but all Creation

The Biblical Story Line in One Paragraph

Right now I’m reading through Douglas Moo’s article¬†“Nature in the New Creation: New Testament Eschatology and the Environment,” and I ran across this summary of what he calls his “brief and admittedly simplistic” rendition of the “larger biblical story line”:

The first humans, created in God’s image, failed to obey the Lord their God and brought ruin . . . → Read More: The Biblical Story Line in One Paragraph