Gerald O. BarneyArticle Type: ArticlePublication Date: 10/1/1984Issue: Cosmos and Creation (Vol. 4, No 4, Fall, 1984)All is not well with the creation.At the very root, the difficulty facing the creation is that the vision of the future that has been guiding human affairs has failed, and no viable alternative has emerged.
Herein lies an opportunity and a challenge for theologians: to help formulate a viable vision of the future of the creation. With such a vision, the church has an opportunity to provide powerful and urgently needed leadership. Without such a vision, the church will become increasingly irrelevant to a creation moving rapidly toward disaster.Download Article PDF Tweet PrintDownload Article PDF
Article Type: Article
Publication Date: 10/1/1984
Issue: Cosmos and Creation (Vol. 4, No 4, Fall, 1984)
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