Peter Adam shows the central and unique significance of Jesus Christ as the agent of creation, the incarnate Word, the atoning Saviour, and the resurrected Lord, as the basis for a profoundly Christian view of creation, ecology and environment. He shows from the Bible a constant, consistent and coherent theology of God, Christ and creation, with examples from a wide range expected and unexpected theologians.
This article was originally published in St Mark’s Review, No 212, May 2010 , pp. 101-115, and is reproduced with permission.
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