Creation Archives - Seedbed

In his Church Dogmatics, Karl Barth (1886-1968) refers to God’s “everlasting covenant” with earth and its creatures a dozen times (CD I/2,...

Helping our churches make this transition from Christendom to post-­Christendom may be one of the most important pastoral challenges we have faced in decades.

A key building block in our theology of the body is the recognition that our physical bodies are signs to the world as we embody God’s saving purposes and his holy love.

Biblical singleness more closely aligns to the concept of “single-­minded focus” or “exclusivity of intent” or the “undivided life.”

A proper theology of the body embraces the sacredness and sanctity of all our embodied existence and sees the eternal significance in each day.

A proper theology of the body embraces the sacredness and sanctity of all our embodied existence and sees the eternal significance in each day.

The body celebrates that our physical bodies serve a redemptive purpose. They are the means through which God conveys his grace.

The incarnation is theologically linked to the bodily resurrection of Jesus Christ, which is connected to our own bodily resurrection.

A Christian theology of the body points to a tremendous, positive view of the material body.

Sandra Richter walks readers through biblical passages showing how significant environmental theology is to the Bible's witness.

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