Part two of a series on reasons to care for creation.
Psalm 8 tells us that we have been made rulers over the works of His hands.
And in the context of Genesis 1, God’s first command to human beings was not to dominate life on earth, as some have mistakenly argued, but to have dominion, that is to rule over creation as God’s representatives on earth.Continue reading →
Part one of a series on reasons to care for creation.
In Genesis 1:29 + 31 we read that ‘God saw all that He had made and it was very good’. Also: ‘I give you every seed bearing plant on the face of the whole earth and every tree that has fruit with seed in it. They will be yours for food.’
God has created a world in balance that is wonderfully interconnected; that is self-sustaining; that does not produce waste; and that provides, or should provide, amply for all life on earth. Here I want to divide this section further into extrinsic and intrinsic valuations of God’s provision for us.Continue reading →