GOD’S ECONOMY – THEOLOGICAL REFLECTIONS ON THE BEAUTY OF GOD IN THE LIGHT OF THE CURRENT GLOBAL ENVIRONMENTAL CRISIS
AbstractIn this article I intend to show the inner connection between the beauty of the creation and the identity of the infinite and trinitarian God. In my opinion this connection makes it meaningful to reflect on the entire work of God and offers, moreover, I hope, a coherent relation between my thesis and the first main Conference theme: “Where on earth is God? Theological reflection on the identity of the triune God in the light of the current global environmental crisis”.
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