Constructing an Eco-Theology Through the Framework of Eschatology
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The aim of this thesis is to develop and explore an eco-theology through the lens of eschatology that sees the good creation of God as redeemable and ultimately restored. Looking at current trends of eco-theology it is possible to see that it can be constructed using many different theological paradigms. This thesis will build an eco-theology through an eschatological model offering the reader a glimpse into the future hope of God’s redeemed creation and how it applies to our current environmental views.
Where are we now? A balanced approach
Eco-theology models within the church. Christian stewardship ; Christian spirituality ; Eco-justice ; A deeper compassion
An eschatological framework. The voice of N. T. Wright ; The voice of Jurgen Moltmann ; Toward a future hope
Considering the biblical text. The human factor : Genesis 1-2 ; Redemption for all creation : Romans 8:18-25 ; Purification or destruction? : 2 Peter 3:7-13
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i, 106 pages
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