“Bouma-Prediger suggests we ask not what we should do but who we should be. Many books addressing the ecological crisis are full of ‘to-do’ lists. Bouma-Prediger goes deeper, offering a unique way to approach ecological issues that is sustainable and full of vision. As people understand who they should be—in relationship with God and the world around them—they will begin ‘to do’ what needs to be done, but it will be founded in love and gratitude rather than obligation.”
BA Books & Authors on the Web – November 29, 2013
November 29, 2013 posted by Mason Slater
Filed Under: BA Books & Authors on the Web Tagged With: Christian Philosophy, Craig Bartholomew, Eddie Gibbs, For the Beauty of the Earth, John Fea, Michael Goheen, Myron Penner, Steven Bouma-Prediger, The End of Apologetics, The King in His Beauty, The Rebirth of the Church, Thomas Schreiner, Why Study History?