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Why I Bought the Green Bible

Many readers will find numerous other faults in the Green Bible, mostly rooted in a fear of identifying too closely with a secular worldview. There is a concern among evangelical Christians that an emphasis on the environment undervalues human souls. On the contrary, a green ethic balances the relationship between humans and the rest of creation, and a healthy earth prepares people to receive the gospel better than a sick and dying one. Incidentally, the Green Bible might be the very resource for such opponents to check out, because, as one of its essays points out, "for Christians, the Bible is a natural place to look for answers." If you're unsure whether environmentalism is a cultural fad or genuine calling from God, browse the Green Bible for yourself and see what God has to say.

April22, 2009 at 1:49 PM

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