Realizing the presence, promise, and power of the Kingdom of God.

Consider the Lilies

If God is, indeed, revealing Himself in the things of creation, as even the Scriptures attest, what kinds of expression does that grandeur take? May we perceive and experience it? If so, where, and how will we recognize it when we do? In what forms should we expect to encounter it?

Why do so many people, including those who claim to know God, seem unable to see God’s grandeur in the things He has made? How can we remain so curiously indifferent to it?

T.M. Moore addresses these questions and others in this plea for creational theology.

Listen to an excerpt:





Part 1: Through Windows of Glory

  1. The Inescapable, Inevitable Task

Part 2: General Revelation and Creational Theology

  1. General Revelation (1): An Overview
  2. General Revelation (2): Two Caveats, Facets, and Goals
  3. Creational Theology

Part 3: Jonathan Edwards on General Revelation and Creational Theology

  1. Jonathan Edwards and General Revelation
  2. Jonathan Edwards and Creational Theology

Part 4: The Happy Task of Creational Theology

  1. Creational Theology (1): Advice from Jonathan Edwards
  2. Practicing Creational Theology (2): Circling ‘Round the Creator
  3. Docents of Glory

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