CARING FOR CREATION: THE EVANGELICAL’S GUIDE TO CLIMATE CHANGE AND A HEALTHY ENVIRONMENT
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Title: Caring for Creation: The Evangelical’s Guide…
Publisher: Bethany House Publishers
Publication Date: 2016
Book Condition: Good
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Climate change is a confusing and polarizing issue. It may also prove to be the most daunting challenge of this century because children, the elderly, and the poor will be the first to feel its effects. The issue is all over the news, but what is seldom heard is a conservative, evangelical perspective.Connecting the dots between science and faith, this book explores the climate debate and how Christians can take the lead in caring for God’s creation. The authors answer top questions such as “What’s really happening?” and “Who can we trust?” and discuss stewarding the earth in light of evangelical values. “Acting on climate change is not about political agendas,” they say. “It’s about our kids. It’s about being a disciple of Jesus Christ.” Capping off this empowering book are practical, simple ideas for improving our environment and helping our families and those around us.
From the Back Cover: “Engaging, informative (sometimes shocking), practical, and deeply spiritual, this book will equip us for action.”–DR. JOEL C. HUNTER, senior pastor of Northland, A Church Distributed
Forget the confusing doom and gloom talk about climate change. You want to know the truth about what’s happening, how it could affect your family and the world, and more important, if there are realistic ways to do something about it–even better, solutions that reflect your beliefs.
Connecting the dots between science and faith, pastor and influential evangelical leader Mitch Hescox and veteran meteorologist Paul Douglas show how Christians can take the lead in caring for God’s creation. Tackling both personal and global issues, these trusted authors share ways to protect our families, as well as which action steps will help us wisely steward the resources God has given us.
This hopeful book offers a much-needed conservative, evangelical approach to a better way forward–one that improves our health, cleans up our communities, and leaves our kids a better world.
“In Caring for Creation, Mitch Hescox and Paul Douglas present compelling evidence, grapple with indispensable theology, and propose crucial solutions regarding one of the most urgent crises of our day. As people of faith, we can lead a global conversation toward action–action that will save millions of lives and bear witness to a creative and loving God who cares about all people.”–Stephan Bauman, former president, World Relief
“Evangelicals defend our belief that God created the world, yet we sometimes fail to conserve it. Caring for Creation presents a compelling case for a clean energy revolution that will protect future generations from the ravages of climate change. A must-read for any Christian seeking to be consistently pro-life.”–Galen Carey, vice president of government relations, National Association of Evangelicals
“It was characteristic of biblical prophets that they sounded clear warnings about the realities of the present and impending consequences. But they also called for radical, practical change and they never lost the anchor of hope in God. This book is prophetic for our generation in all three ways: realism, practicality, and biblical hope.”–Rev. Dr. Chris Wright, author, The Mission of God; international ministries director, Langham Partnership
“The cross is much more powerful than any of us can imagine. There God reconciled to himself all things, restoring us and creation itself to a right relationship with him. Mitch Hescox and Paul Douglas write of this marvelous purchase and the amazing role God has given us to tend the bit of Eden that’s left. I know from wonderful times spent with both of them that their words reflect their hearts and their life’s work. The calling they describe here is a calling worth fulfillment.”–Bob Inglis, former U.S. Representative, South Carolina; director, Energy and Enterprise Initiative
“Caring for Creation can be a catalyst in bringing about conversations from all sides of the Creation Care debate. It presents the scientific data in terms that are easily understood, coupled with real-life stories of the results of climate change. This is a call to the church. Include it in your discipleship journey, not just for information but for action.”–Jo Anne Lyon, general superintendent emerita, The Wesleyan Church
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