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Christ’s example of pouring Himself out for others is a graphic illustration of how true biblical dominion is done for the sake of others.
Living off the land serves as a daily reminder that everything we have depends on God.
If I’m going to be in the right relationship with God, I should treat the things he has made in the same way he treats them.
To drive to extinction something He has created is wrong … We Christians have a responsibility to take the lead in caring for the earth.
God writes the gospel not in the bible alone, but also on trees, and in the flowers and clouds and the stars.
We must make the connection between creation care and justice if we want to have an impact on the problems of the poor and oppressed in our own country and around the world.
The redemption of the cosmos will come with the redemption of humanity, and that by means of the Christ.
The earth was designed to sustain every generation’s needs, not to be plundered in an attempt to meet one generation’s wants.
Every Christian should be both conservative and radical; conservative in preserving the faith and radical in applying it.
To harm the natural world is to disable its ability to praise and reflect God. Therefore, the natural world has enormous significance and value.
A principal reason to care for Creation is mutuality: the well-being of humankind is dependent on the well-being of the planet. And vice versa.