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A Feature Review of
Creation Care: A Biblical Theology of the Natural World
Douglas Moo and Jonathan Moo
Paperback: Zondervan, 2018.
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Reviewed by James Honig
In the midst of the cacophony of strident voices in contemporary American politics and culture, one of the loudest strains of shouting back and forth across the fence is with regard to environmental issues, and particularly climate change and human causation. In the midst of the debate, what does the church have to say, and what must the church do? The father and son co-authors, Douglas and Jonathan Moo seek to answer those questions in their new book, Creation Care: A Biblical Theology of the Natural World.