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Who Cares about the Creation? with Jonathan Moo

Who Cares about the Creation? with Jonathan Moo October 27, 2021


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The significance of the Bible’s extensive teaching about the natural world is easily overlooked by Christians accustomed to focusing only on what the Bible says about God’s interaction with human beings.

Who cares about the creation? Well, God told us humans that we are supposed to care for the creation.

Jonathan A. Moo is associate professor of New Testament and environmental studies at Whitworth University in Spokane, Washington. He has a unique education, having graduate degrees (including a PhD from Cambridge) in both biblical studies and wildlife ecology.

He collaborated with his father, Douglas Moo, on the book, Creation Care: A Biblical Theology of the Natural World (Zondervan, 2018). Douglas Moo is one of the most respected New Testament scholars of this generation.

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