God has a plan for your life, to be a part of divine great plan to ‘renew our world’ and make ‘all things new’ (Revelation 21:5).
Mick Pope takes the reader on a journey through ‘end times’ theology in Revelation and elsewhere to show that the good world we live is not destined for destruction but renewal. God is calling us to understand the state of our world theologically, to speak and act prophetically and bring the church and world to repentance, and to live hopefully.
This book comes with a study guide for groups or individuals.
Mark Delaney. author of Low Carbon and Loving It. –
Climate change is the most serious issue of our generation, and despite it already hitting the world’s poor hard, Christians have been woefully slow to respond, often excusing their inaction with, “Oh well, the world is ending anyway! With great stories and good humour, Mick Pope adeptly assigns this excuse to the place it belongs – the dustbin of poor theology, replacing it with a theologically insightful, empowering, and hope-giving theology of ‘the renewal of all things. Christians still struggling to respond to climate change need to read this book.
Ruth Valerio, Director for Tearfund UK and author of L is for Lifestyle. –
God’s promise to make all things new comes at the end of the most confusing book of the Bible! But Mick helpfully unpacks what Revelation is all about (how to read it well and what it’s really saying) and shows how God’s final promise motivates us to live that out now – hopefully and actively.