Missio Dei: A Journal of Missional Theology and Praxis 5, no. 2 (August 2014) Published online at missiodeijournal.com
Water lies at the center of our Christian sign of baptism and our current ecological crises and, thus, deserves deeper theological treatment.
This paper explores visions of “redemption as rehydration” in the prophetic literature, then it traces resonant themes into the Apocalypse’s “river of the water of life” (Rev 22:1). It next explores how water provides a “metaphorical map of God” and why hydrologic systems should be a key characteristic of how humans dwell in creation.
The paper concludes with a call to watershed-based discipleship as a faithful response to Christian mission amidst our looming environmental catastrophes.
Full Article: L14-2-F Myers Missio Dei Water abbreviated SKU: L14-2-F