My Review of “True North: Christ, the Gospel, and Creation Care”

Western society is saturated with the constant outcry to “Go Green!” A charge, when in the mouthpiece of the secular is purely for natural preservation and ungrounded moralism. And yet, many Christians will respond to the individual responsibility with negligence often due to a faulty view of Creation Care. Liederbach and Bible have set out in this work to bring biblical clarity to the Christian position. Their effort, backed with a substantial amount of biblical references and sound resources, embarks on a journey seeking proper alignment with God’s intention for his creation. They argue that with this pursuit, the Christian will properly value God’s creation and subsequently his/her responsibility to it. Liederbach and Bible consistently edify Jesus Christ, keeping his presence a shining star within the book. And it cannot be understated that this work successfully achieves a practical construction of a necessary argument for Creation Care. It not only motivated me to examine my own negligence but it also reshaped my perspective about seeking proper alignment with the Lord in all respects of life.

This book is worth your time. Its available on Kindle and it gives great “How to” advice on proper Christian perspective.

Landon

One thought on “My Review of “True North: Christ, the Gospel, and Creation Care”

  1. Hi Landon, Thanks for the revelation and reference. Just returned from Israel where I attended the ICCC Confrence. I will post a report on the conference on my blog. Thirty six nations attended with about 400 delegates. The unity was awe inspiring.
    Blessings, Ron

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