“The movement suggests that wealthy nations should cut back on their prosperity for the sake of ‘ecological justice’. This is a slippery slope that aligns more with the redistributive agenda of Marxism than with biblical principles.”
The buzzwords ‘stewardship’, ‘sustainability’, and ‘creation care’ are ringing out from pulpits across the nation. At face value, they sound biblical and commendable. However, once we peel back the layers, we see a different picture—one where biblical truths are twisted to fit secular ideologies, where Marxism and radical environmentalism disguise themselves as biblical stewardship.
In the intellectual echelons of evangelicalism, the propagation of this ‘creation care’ dogma finds a home. Listen to Douglas Moo, professor emeritus at Wheaton College. He implores the listeners to consider the effects of climate change and the disparity between the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) of places like Miami versus Bangladesh. According to him, wealthy cities like Miami can build seawalls and elevate highways to combat rising sea levels, while countries like Bangladesh, with their lower GDP, are left defenseless.
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