With threats like Global Warming, Droughts and Pollution threatening our country and world, what is our responsibility as Christians? Here are some titles that address these and other questions.
God Doesn’t Do Waste: Dave Bookless
In one sense this book isn’t about going green at all. It’s a personal account of a life lived in relationship. It’s about roots and belonging, suffering and healing, identity and meaning, faith and doubt. It’s about how in God’s economy nothing need be wasted. This is a story about the messiness that each human being wades through in every area of their lives, and about a God who can take all that seems most wasteful and useless, and recycle it into something of infinite worth.
Global Warming: Curtis Auxt
God has a clear plan for this earth and its inhabitants. Although the media would have you believe the earth is doomed due to global warming, the truth is that the earth has always been warming very gradually and that the current warming is insignificant – especially considering the scope of God’s ultimate plan for each and every one of us. This book helps to unlock the clues to this contemporary controversy and learn to sift unsupported rumor and alarmist rhetoric from verifiable facts on this issue. (limited stock)
|The Bible and Ecology: Richard Bauckham
Richard Bauckham embarks on a biblical investigation into the relationship between human beings and the rest of creation. He considers the ecological perspectives found in the book of Job, the Psalms, and the Gospels, all of which, he determines, require a re-evaluation of the biblical tradition of “dominion.” Bauckham discovers a tradition of a “community of creation” in which human beings are fellow members with God’s other creatures and true reconciliation to God involves the entire creation.
| Planetwise: Dave Bookless
Dave Bookless is on a mission: to share with others the compelling biblical case for caring for the planet God made for his glory and his people’s enjoyment. This is not another book on green issues to make you feel guilty. The message is that there is hope. God can take your small and insignificant efforts and multiply them in his great plan.
Dave takes us right into the heart of his family and shows how living simply, besides honouring God, can be an exciting adventure.
|Prices Valid until end February 2016|