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The mission for which we were created is more than saving souls and our goal in life is so much more than getting to go to heaven. "The world is charged with the grandeur of God" and we are designed to participate, delight, and flourish in His creation to the praise of his glory (Hopkins).
Human beings have been given an important role in the vast, created order of God.
Through their combined expertise in theology, restoration history, and wildlife biology, authors John Mark Hicks, Bobby Valentine, and Mark Wilson offer readers a compelling and refreshing biblical theology of creation in Embracing Creation: God's Forgotten Mission.
By recalling the original story of Creation, Hicks, Valentine and Wilson retell the story of Israel, Jesus and the Church in light of God's love for the cosmos. Embracing Creation offers an overarching, comprehensive overview and awareness of our spiritual past, present and future, remindining us of the reason, role, and mission for which humanity has been created and prompting us to deliberately and delightlfully consider how we should live our lives in light of God's redemptive grace.
|Title: Embracing Creation: God's Forgotten Mission|
By: John Hicks, Bobby Valentine, Mark Wilson
Number of Pages: 208
Vendor: Leafwood Publishing
Publication Date: 2016
|Dimensions: 8.25 X 5.50 (inches)|
Weight: 9 ounces
Stock No: WW12336X
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