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Caring for the environment is a growing interest among evangelicals. This award-winning book provides the most thorough evangelical treatment available on a theology of creation care. "Authentic Christian faith requires ecological obedience," writes Steven Bouma-Prediger. He urges Christians to acknowledge their responsibility and privilege as stewards of the earth. The second edition has been substantially revised and updated with the latest scientific and environmental research.
Steven Bouma-Prediger (PhD, University of Chicago) is the John H. and Jeanne M. Jacobson Professor of Religion and chair of the religion department at Hope College in Holland, Michigan, where he also directs the environmental studies program. His publications include Beyond Homelessness: Christian Faith in a Culture of Displacement and Evocations of Grace: The Writings of Joseph Sittler on Ecology, Theology, and Ethics.