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by Tri Robinson

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This book was a library find. It makes the case for Christian environmental stewardship from an Evangelical perspective. Essentially Tri Robinson argues for the care of nature because, creation matters to God, nature is one of the places we meet God, and good stewardship of natural resources enables us to care for our fellow humans (i.e. clean water, is an environmental and a human ethical issue). This book is about six years old, slightly dated and is really aimed at igniting environmental concern amoung evangelicals who don't care about this issue (or don't know why they should). It is slightly dated, not particularly deep but has some good things to say. Each of the chapters is broken up by profiles of Evangelicals who are passionate about environmental stewardship. ( )
  Jamichuk | May 22, 2017 |
This is a well written book by Tri Robinson, a pastor of a growing church in Boise, Idaho, about why Christians should take care of God's creation. ( )
  sally8658 | Sep 23, 2008 |
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For hundreds of years, the church championed the beauty of God’s creation, demonstrating in many ways how it points to the Creator. However, over the last century, the evangelical church has let the value of caring for creation slip away. Author and pastor Tri Robinson makes a compelling case for the biblical mandate behind environmental stewardship and shows the church what it can do about this eroding value.

Through sharing both his own personal story and the story of his church in response to environmental concerns, Robinson clearly shows how important this value is and how effective it is in showing others the Creator. Not only does Robinson inspire the reader to care for the environment, he reveals a clear pathway to making the value of environmental stewardship real in both the life of the reader and the Christian community in which he or she is involved.

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