Reconciling Creation: Spirit, Salvation, and Ecological Degradation
I will seek to identify some key themes of the biblical theology of reconciliation with particular reference to the created order. I will then suggest that the Holy Spirit plays an integral role in helping us begin to move toward the eschatological reconciliation of all things—a reconciliation that will also entail the making right of human/non-human disorders.
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