Book Retrospective Review | Living in God’s Creation: Orthodox Perspectives on Ecology

Reviewed by Scot F. Martin Flourish magazine, Spring 2011 Living in God’s Creation: Orthodox Perspectives on Ecology Elizabeth Theokritoff St. Vladimir’s Seminary Press, 2009, 266 pages What if caring for creation was not … [Read more...]

Tim Keller: Can Faith Be Green?

Tim Keller, pastor of Redeemer Presbyterian Church in New York City, asks the question, "Can faith be green?" Keller gives an overview of the history of the creation care dialogue as he works toward an answer to the question: What is the … [Read more...]

Where Did Dominion Go Wrong?

Sometimes it seems like everything shakes down out of the first three chapters of Genesis. In the book of Genesis the Bible presents the story of our first parents that is packed with meaning. In his essay, "What Happened to Dominion?" Dean Ohlman … [Read more...]

Four Nature Theologians

Dean Ohlman at Wonder of Creation features four prominent theologians of nature in four successive posts. In each Ohlman provides a short introduction and then excerpts a sample out of one of their major works. The posts are a good introduction and … [Read more...]

Creation Care: God is the Reason

There are lots of reasons to care for the Earth. Here are some. Here are some. Here are some others. But Tom Rowley, writing at A Rocha, says at the end of the day for Christians one reason should be primary: God. "For Christians, the primary … [Read more...]

Why Should Christians Care For the Earth?

By Andy Patton [Ed. note: This article is part of our series of weekly reflections, called Deep Down Things, published on Wednesdays.] God sees the world as a good in its own right, not as our expendable playground. If that is true, then part … [Read more...]

Hearing the Voice of God in the Music of the Spheres

Little girl with crocheted blankie.

by Margie Haack Our three-year-old granddaughter, Paige, has a habit that got me thinking. It’s pretty common among kids: She sucks the index finger of her left hand while grasping the satiny edge of her baby blanket between the thumb and … [Read more...]