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Doctor of Ministry (DMin)
For many Baptist churches, the theology and practice of environmental stewardship has historically been viewed as irrelevant to the Great Commission. However, as environmental degradation increasingly affects the lives of people and the earth's ecosystems, it is imperative that Christians understand the connection between the care of the environment and God's redemptive work for humanity. Through a designed project called C.A.R.E. (Christians Assuming Responsibility for the Earth) which involved the congregation and a Bible study group from Cedar Spring Baptist Church in Spartanburg, South Carolina, this project proves that theological education can positively influence attitudes towards environmental stewardship.
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Lowe, Malcolm Todd, "Mobilizing Cedar Spring Baptist Church, Spartanburg, South Carolina, for creation care through project "C.A.R.E." (Christians Assuming Responsibilty for the Earth)" (2014). Divinity Projects. 6.