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Program Detail - Ecology and the Bible

Ecology and the Bible

Develops a biblical theology of creation care rooted in Scripture’s portrayal of creation and redemption in Christ. Attention is given to environmental issues and the ecology and natural history of the Northwest. Includes study, work, worship, outdoor exploration and disciplined reflection.

In the spectacular winter setting of Tall Timber Ranch in the North Cascades, we will immerse ourselves in the study of Scripture, learn about natural history and local ecology, ponder the state of the planet, play in the snow, and join together in worship and reflection as we contemplate the glory of God’s creation and redemption in Christ and what it means for how we live in the world today.


Term(s):
January 2015

Approximate Cost:
$900

Credits:
3 TH-214 plus 1 optional PE 148 credit

Leaders:
Dr. Jonathan Moo

 

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